* Matthew Winn <firstname.lastname@example.org> [18-11-08 22:34]:
> On Tue, 18 Nov 2008 16:22:24 -0500, Tim Altman
> <do.not@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Sat, 15 Nov 2008 10:36:21 +0000, Matthew Winn
>> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> >On Thu, 13 Nov 2008 23:25:42 -0500, Tim Altman
>> ><do.not@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> >> 1) How do you interact with the cached files, i.e. what doesn't work
>> >> in 9.5+ that does work for you in 9.27-? For instance, do you archive
>> >> all image files from the cache or use a text editor with the cached
>> >> files that relies on file extensions for syntax highlighting?
>> >Examining images from cache, and also capturing video streams for
>> >replaying when the embedded video player follows a bandwidth-
>> >destroying policy of redownloading the video if I want to watch
>> >it again or even rewind it a little.
>> OK. So, you need the ability to sort based on file type and act on
>> the sorted files.
> Along with the ability to actually see the content of the files in a
> suitable viewer.
>> >Then there's the matter of viewing source. The syntax highlighting
>> >issue is especially annoying, as is the inability to trigger filetype-
>> >specific settings in the editor.
>> *nod* What text editor do you use?
> Vim. It _can_ do some content sniffing if set up for it, but setting
> it up that way interferes with my use of it as a normal editor. For
> example, I don't want it to assume that I'm editing an HTML document
> simply because it finds something that resembles a tag.
I fixed this for the "View Source" with a litle wrapper-script as my
external source viewer. Works lika charm, without interfering my normal
settings for vim.
| gvim -c 'set filetype=html linebreak' $1