Re: Mc Digest, Vol 51, Issue 3

I can't keep up with the latest US-slang.

You do you 'drag lots of files through
slow links.' ?

For inet-d/ling multiple files via a slow connection, I use a script to
append the loaded files, with "<><>" between them as separators so
that I can easily find any particular 'file'.

lynx -dump 'URL' >> acumFile
  does the fast d/l, without graphics.
elinks is better for eg. google's *pdf to text' translations or other files
which need good formatting [eg.columns].

==Chris Glur.

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   1. Queueing in MC (Tor Stefan)


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Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2008 19:56:54 +0200
From: Tor Stefan <tslura gmail com>
Subject: Queueing in MC
To: mc gnome org
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I have searched the net now, and gone through the mc archives. I
couldn't find anything about queueing functionality. Is there a way to
enable this? For me it's sorely missed when I drag lots of files through
slow links.



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