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Re: useful tool: openwith.el

Robert D. Crawford writes:
>"T. V. Raman" <raman@users.sf.net> writes:
>> see http://groups.google.com/group/gnu.emacs.sources/msg/88de0c6ad0379723?dmode=source
>Are you using w3 to open this site?  I get this error:
>Downloading of `http://groups.google.com/group/gnu.emacs.sources/msg/88de0c6ad0379723?dmode=source' complete.
>Drawing... done
>error in process sentinel: css-expand-color: Arithmetic range error: "round", -1.0e+INF
>error in process sentinel: Arithmetic range error: "round", -1.0e+INF
This is, I think, due to a common error in css definitions that lead
to them missing a semi-colon.  I have a tiny patch to the function
css-expand in the emacs/w3 package.  It's tricky because it's not a
bug in css-expand so I'm not keen to suggest it as a patch to
w3/emacs and I haven't managed to set up an advice mechanism to
include it in emacspeak so it gets loaded only as necessary.  Is
eval-after-load helpful here? 
>I have w3-honor-stylesheets set to nil.  And have my own stylesheet that
>is supposed to take precedence with most everything defined that can be
I noticed this too.  I solved the problem before getting to the base
of the css loading logic but it appeared that the stylesheet was
parsed even if it wasn't going to be applied.
I can send the patch if you want to test it offline but I'd welcome
advice about how to include it in the system.

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