browsing offline web pages

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by rockstar99, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. rockstar99
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    rockstar99 Hi

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    is there any way to view offline web pages on the ds
     
  2. Eon-Rider

    Eon-Rider GBAtemp Maniac

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    I haven't exactly heard of an HTML viewer on DS but one might exist.
     
  3. rockstar99
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    rockstar99 Hi

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    i know that ds organize can but it doesnt support images so in eed one with images
     
  4. Vague Rant

    Vague Rant Deceptively cute

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    Bunjalloo should be able to, although I haven't personally tried it. Same goes for Links's graphical mode under DSLinux.
     
  5. rockstar99
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    rockstar99 Hi

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    how i select the offline pages and how do i make images appear in bunjalloo
     
  6. Vague Rant

    Vague Rant Deceptively cute

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    I just tried it out with a simple page called rick.htm in my root directory which called an image (rick.png, my avatar) also from the root. In Bunjalloo, I hit the green arrow pointing down and it already displayed "file:///license" (three forward slashes). I replaced that with "file:///rick.htm" and hit enter and was able to load my page. As far as I know, Bunjalloo doesn't have an images on/off setting, it just displays any images it can and ignores any it can't.
     
  7. rockstar99
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    rockstar99 Hi

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    can we save pages like gbatemp and view them with images and everythin
     
  8. DanTheManMS

    DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    Minor correction: there's an option in the settings to turn images off, which you can access directly on the DS if you want.