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@@ -1,93 +1,93 @@
NCSA Mosaic Features List
*************************
-This list is up to date for version 2.5 of NCSA Mosaic.
+This list is up to date for version 2.5 of NCSA Mosaic.
o Support for accessing documents, images, audio, video, animations, and data
through World Wide Web, Gopher, WAIS, FTP, NNTP/Usenet news, telnet,
tn3270, and local files; and via gateways, Techinfo, TeXinfo, Archie, CSO
- qi/ph, relational databases, and other sources.
- o Friendly X/Motif user interface.
- o Color and monochrome default X resource settings.
- o Multiple independent document viewing windows.
+ qi/ph, relational databases, and other sources.
+ o Friendly X/Motif user interface.
+ o Color and monochrome default X resource settings.
+ o Multiple independent document viewing windows.
o Completely interruptible network input/output, with full status indication
- during network operations.
+ during network operations.
o Support for interactive fill-out forms inside documents, to enable powerful
database and search engine front-ends. Fill-out forms can contain text entry
areas (single- or multi-line), option buttons, radio buttons, option menus,
scrolled lists, and image maps. Fill-out form elements are instantiated as
- Motif widgets.
+ Motif widgets.
o Support for standard World Wide Web authentication scheme, providing
- security about equivalent to telnet's username/password scheme.
+ security about equivalent to telnet's username/password scheme.
o Customizable encryption hooks to allow external PEM or PGP encryption to
- be used to request and receive encrypted documents.
+ be used to request and receive encrypted documents.
o Support for encrypted submission of forms.
o Support for first time encryption of all http communication.
o Extensive HTTP/1.0 support, including the ability to allow a remote
- server to
+ server to
return URL redirections rather than documents for transparent forwarding of
- information pointers.
+ information pointers.
o Ability to pass any or all URL access methods to a proxy gateway to simulate
- direct network connection for those behind firewalls.
+ direct network connection for those behind firewalls.
o Direct access to WAIS databases, including support for binary files and
- multiformat responses.
+ multiformat responses.
o Built-in support for recognizing and handling GIF, JPEG, TIFF, audio, AIFF,
DVI, MPEG, MIME, XWD, RGB, HDF, PostScript files and forking off
- appropriate viewers.
+ appropriate viewers.
o Full customizability of recognized formats, external viewers, and file
- extensions.
+ extensions.
o Ability to fire off arbitrary client-side shell scripts in response to
- hyperlink
- activations via format/viewer customization options.
+ hyperlink
+ activations via format/viewer customization options.
o Ability to natively view data inside HDF and netCDF scientific data files,
with powerful hypermedia interface to explore internal structure of data
- files.
+ files.
o Inlined images in formatted (HTML) text: X bitmaps and GIF images can be
included anywhere inside a document, and can act as hyperlink anchors. Image
files themselves can be located anywhere on the network. Images can act as
- maps, so clicking on them sends coordinates of click to remote server.
- o Automatic dithering of inlined images on monochrome displays.
- o Support of GIF89 transparent background in inlined images.
- o Flexible inlined-image caching with customizable image cache size.
+ maps, so clicking on them sends coordinates of click to remote server.
+ o Automatic dithering of inlined images on monochrome displays.
+ o Support of GIF89 transparent background in inlined images.
+ o Flexible inlined-image caching with customizable image cache size.
o Delayed image loading mode, to avoid automatic loading of all images in
- accessed documents for users with slow network connections.
- o Visited document history list per window.
+ accessed documents for users with slow network connections.
+ o Visited document history list per window.
o Global history with previously visited locations visually distinct; global
- history is persistent across sessions.
+ history is persistent across sessions.
o Hotlist/bookmark capability -- keep list of interesting documents,
add/remove/rename items, list is persistent across sessions. Now stored
in nested HTML.
o Personal annotations with GUI annotation entry dialog; annotations can later
be edited or deleted, and hyperlinks to existing annotations are inlined
into subsequent accesses of an annotated document. (Any document from any
- server via any access method can be annotated.)
+ server via any access method can be annotated.)
o Audio (voice) annotations with GUI for controlling recording process (SGI,
- SGI, and HP only).
+ SGI, and HP only).
o Transparent and automatic uncompression of compressed (.Z) and gzip'd (.z or
- .gz) files (over FTP, HTTP0, HTTP/1.0, local files, and Gopher).
+ .gz) files (over FTP, HTTP0, HTTP/1.0, local files, and Gopher).
o "Load to local disk" mode, for pulling down arbitrary binary files and
- saving them to local disk without viewing them.
- o In-document search capability.
- o Fully 8-bit clean for formatted and plain text.
- o On-the-fly font and hyperlink style selection.
+ saving them to local disk without viewing them.
+ o In-document search capability.
+ o Fully 8-bit clean for formatted and plain text.
+ o On-the-fly font and hyperlink style selection.
o Hardcoded menu entries for popular network starting points, including the
- NCSA Internet Resources Meta-Index.
- o Keyword search capability (for WAIS, Gopher, Archie, etc.).
- o Cut and paste formatted text into other X windows.
- o Ability to display arbitrarily long documents.
+ NCSA Internet Resources Meta-Index.
+ o Keyword search capability (for WAIS, Gopher, Archie, etc.).
+ o Cut and paste formatted text into other X windows.
+ o Ability to display arbitrarily long documents.
o Save/mail/print documents in several formats, including formatted ASCII
- text and PostScript.
- o Online hypertext help and FAQ list.
+ text and PostScript.
+ o Online hypertext help and FAQ list.
o No config or resource file installation required; self-contained
- executable.
+ executable.
o Extremely customizable via compile-time definitions, X resources, and
standard configuration file formats (including mailcap files for
- format/viewer customization).
+ format/viewer customization).
o Can be controlled by signals to allow use as a full-featured help or
- information presentation subsystems by existing applications.
+ information presentation subsystems by existing applications.
o Integrated with NCSA Collage and NCSA DTM to broadcast documents into
- real-time networked workgroup collaboration sessions.
- o It's PURIFY'D!!!
+ real-time networked workgroup collaboration sessions.
+ o It's PURIFY'D!!!
o Common Client Interface (CCI) support to allow external applications
to communicate with Mosaic via TCP/IP.
o Kiosk mode
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14 INSTALL
@@ -177,7 +177,7 @@ xinc = -I/usr/openwin/include -I/usr/dt/include
:::
SWP
---
-This is where you specify where you have installed your X libraries. Some
+This is where you specify where you have installed your X libraries. Some
systems have everything off of /usr/lib, some are not so lucky. If you
are compiling and you get an error of "can't find include file XXX.h" it is
more than likely a problem here (or if you don't have a particular lib
@@ -280,10 +280,10 @@ JPEG support. Comment it out if you aren't going to use it.
#### KERBEROS SUPPORT
####
-#### If you want Mosaic to support Kerberos authentication, set the
+#### If you want Mosaic to support Kerberos authentication, set the
#### following flags appropriately. You can support Kerberos V4 and/or V5,
#### although it's most likely that your realm supports one or the other.
-#### To enable DES-encryption of HTTP messages via Kerberos key exchange,
+#### To enable DES-encryption of HTTP messages via Kerberos key exchange,
#### define the KRB-ENCRYPT flag.
##krb4dir = /usr/athena
@@ -298,7 +298,7 @@ JPEG support. Comment it out if you aren't going to use it.
#Do not comment out.
krbflags = $(krb4flags) $(krb5flags)
-krblibs = $(krb4libs) $(krb5libs)
+krblibs = $(krb4libs) $(krb5libs)
:::
SWP
---
@@ -315,7 +315,7 @@ to leave it alone.
#### recommend linking with CNIDR's freeWAIS 0.5 distribution; other
#### WAIS distributions may work but we have not tested them with
#### Mosaic. freeWAIS 0.5 can currently (Sept.1995) be found at
-#### ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/wais/servers/freeWAIS
+#### ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/wais/servers/freeWAIS
#### If you do not wish to link to the WAIS libraries, then comment
#### the following lines out. Mosaic will then communicate with WAIS
@@ -379,7 +379,7 @@ a slight to Tom...we simply had not thought it through.
Another note...the 2.8 distribution tree will be drastically changing. Do not
expect patches for 2.7x to work for 2.8x. We will be moving the libraries
out of the distribution tree and into a "library" distribution along with
-pointers to completely external libs (jpeg, png, zlib, etc). Since we have
+pointers to completely external libs (jpeg, png, zlib, etc). Since we have
these libs in binary form, we will probably distribute a "binary_libs" archive
of all the libs we build with for each platform (for those who can't get the
lib to build or simply don't care to take the time, but still want to play
@@ -394,7 +394,7 @@ great space wishes to perform this feat for us, we would gladly accept.
Scott Powers spowers@ncsa.uiuc.edu \ The N.C.S.A. X Mosaic
Paul Bleisch pbleisch@ncsa.uiuc.edu \ Development Team
-Dan Pape dpape@ncsa.uiuc.edu >
+Dan Pape dpape@ncsa.uiuc.edu >
Tommy Reilly tpreilly@ncsa.uiuc.edu / Comments? Suggestions? Problems?
Brian Swetland swetland@ncsa.uiuc.edu/ mosaic-x@ncsa.uiuc.edu
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@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ Binaries
NCSA Mosaic is known to compile on the following platforms:
- SGI (IRIX 4.0.x and 5.x)
+ SGI (IRIX 4.0.x and 5.x)
IBM (AIX 3.2.4)
Sun (SunOS 4.1.3, 5.3, and 5.4 (Solaris))
DECstation 5000-200 (Ultrix 4.x)
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ Installation Instructions
-------------------------
Simply examine the toplevel Makefile, change the appropriate
-customizable options, and type 'make'.
+customizable options, and type 'make'.
The final result is a single independent executable, src/Mosaic.
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ There is one tricky thing:
platform-independent hierarchical scientific data format, and NCSA
DTM, a network-based message-passing protocol useful for exchanging
scientific data between applications. If you compile one of them
- in, you should compile both of them in.
+ in, you should compile both of them in.
If you don't already know what HDF and DTM are and want to compile
Mosaic quickly, forget about them for the time being -- you can
@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ depends on user feedback and support.
=============================================================================
Scott Powers spowers@ncsa.uiuc.edu \ The N.C.S.A. X Mosaic
Kristin Buxton kbuxton@uiuc.edu \ Development Team
-Dan Pape dpape@ncsa.uiuc.edu >
+Dan Pape dpape@ncsa.uiuc.edu >
Tommy Reilly tpreilly@uiuc.edu / Comments? Suggestions? Problems?
Brian Swetland swetland@uiuc.edu / mosaic-x@ncsa.uiuc.edu
=============================================================================
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<dd>Whether or not to use PG_UP and PG_DN.
<dt>Mosaic*fullHostname: (NULL)<br>
Mosaic*FullHostname: (NULL)
-<dd>The full hostname of your local machine (for use in conjunction with
+<dd>The full hostname of your local machine (for use in conjunction with
GetHostByNameIsEvil).
<dt>Mosaic*reverseInlinedBitmapColors: False<br>
Mosaic*ReverseInlinedBitmapColors: False
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@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ Mosaic*pulldownmenu*fontList: -*-helvetica-bold-o-normal-*-14-*-iso8859-1
Mosaic*XmList*fontList: -*-helvetica-medium-r-normal-*-14-*-iso8859-1
Mosaic*XmText.fontList: -*-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-*-14-*-iso8859-1
Mosaic*XmTextField.fontList: -*-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-*-14-*-iso8859-1
-
+
Mosaic*optionmenu*marginHeight: 0
Mosaic*optionmenu*marginTop: 5
Mosaic*optionmenu*marginBottom: 5
@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ Mosaic*XmPushButton*highlightThickness: 0
Mosaic*XmScrollBar*highlightThickness: 0
Mosaic*highlightThickness: 0
Mosaic*keyboardFocusPolicy: pointer
-
+
Mosaic*TitleFont: -adobe-times-bold-r-normal-*-24-*-*-*-*-*-iso8859-1
Mosaic*Font: -adobe-times-medium-r-normal-*-17-*-*-*-*-*-iso8859-1
Mosaic*ItalicFont: -adobe-times-medium-i-normal-*-17-*-*-*-*-*-iso8859-1
@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@ Mosaic*XmList*TopShadowColor: #e7e7e7e7e7e7
Mosaic*XmText*TopShadowColor: #e7e7e7e7e7e7
Mosaic*XmSelectionBox*TopShadowColor: #e7e7e7e7e7e7
Mosaic*XmMessageBox*TopShadowColor: #e7e7e7e7e7e7
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Mosaic*TroughColor: #646464646464
Mosaic*SelectColor: #ffffffff0000
Mosaic*HighlightColor: #bfbfbfbfbfbf
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