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Snappy
I got pdaXrom installed on Akita and found that somehow Dillo refuses to open local files from the CF or SD card installed. ohmy.gif

Anyone with the same problem or got a fix? smile.gif

EDIT:

How do I get it to read Chinese (Big5) characters?

I got a Chinese ttf font copied to /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/TTF and rox displays the chinese filenames nicely! biggrin.gif
Snappy
ok, I restarted and now it opens some and crashes on others. ohmy.gif
loji
I have beta 3 loaded on my akita and Dillo works even to browse the filesystem as well as open local files. It's the default dillo install that comes with beta 3 (v0.8.5-i18n-misc)

The url field for a local file on the SD card is ->
file://mnt/card/*whatever you want*

If you just use that, you should be able to see the directory structure of the card, and browse to whatever you need -- if you're typing in the full path, and there are spaces .. remember that you need to treat a space as "%20" as in

file://mnt/card/txt/leaves%20of%20grass.html
Snappy
QUOTE(loji @ Jun 11 2006, 11:34 PM)
I have beta 3 loaded on my akita and Dillo works even to browse the filesystem as well as open local files. It's the default dillo install that comes with beta 3 (v0.8.5-i18n-misc)

The url field for a local file on the SD card is ->
file://mnt/card/*whatever you want*

If you just use that, you should be able to see the directory structure of the card, and browse to whatever you need -- if you're typing in the full path, and there are spaces .. remember that you need to treat a space as "%20"  as in

file://mnt/card/txt/leaves%20of%20grass.html
*



Thanks! I cannot explain it, but its working today. blink.gif ph34r.gif

It even displays the Chinese filenames correctly when I browse around. But when I open up a Chinese html file, it displays those cute little squares/rectangles. sad.gif

Where can I change the html encoding preferences? smile.gif
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