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Netscape 7.02

Has anyone tried the newest version of Netscape?

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Interesting

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My boss is going to love this, I think I have five or six browsers installed on this machine now. Happy

You're right Mozilla 1.7.2. is very similiar to Netscape. All my settings were transferred over from Netscape during the install. Even all the mail and accounts. However, the web mail accounts do not work. Sad I think I've had Mozilla installed before.

This is interesting: The Bookmarks off the Personal Toolbar I posted about in another thread were also transferred and they also are not deletable.

However

I installed Firefox which also transferred all my settings from Netscape, including the Personal Toolbar bookmarks that run off the edge of the screen. BUT, in Firefox those bookmarks ARE deletable!

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i just wanted you to know nescape browser is built on the mozilla core thats why it looks like itHappy

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I'm on the machine with Firefox at the moment, but I know I can delete such items with the manage Bookmarks. Maybe it's just unclear how you use such, but a little practice and I'm sure you'll find it.

Bob

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Trying one last time..

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My problem may not have a solution and if not that's ok. Not all problems have to to solved, although it's nice when you can. Don't think I have ever met a bookmark that couldn't be deleted.

Here are the type bookmarks I am talking about. I think I show about 8, there are actually about 25 of them.

http://img58.exs.cx/img58/4795/BOOKMARKS.jpg

If you are using Firefox than you know you can right click on one of those and get the option to delete. Not so in Netscape or Mozilla.

And the Personal Tool Bar folder does not store those extra bookmarks.

http://img58.exs.cx/img58/6181/PERSONALTOOL.jpg

There are only folders and files from the tool bar itself. And the bookmarks are nowhere in Manage Bookmarks, did a search.

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