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Re: A "Warning Banner" for Netscape Navigator? Good idea!
At 2:39 AM 12/2/95, Robert Hettinga wrote:
>It's been a long and interesting day...
>>Pull down the 'Options' menu, grab the 'Window and Link styles'
>>page, and change the default "home page location" from
>>netscape's to whatever you want.
>Oh. *Those* advertisements! I couldn't for the life of me figure out *what*
>Tim was talking about. I've made mine come up blank since the initial,
>"Hey, what do these twiddly bits in the Preferences command do...", session
Indeed, I figured this out a long time ago, too. As I said in a recent
post, I don't have Netscape's page come up when I start Netscape.
The ads I'm talking about are the ads introduced when various Net tools are
used, such as Infoseek, Deja News, Excite, Yahoo, etc.
Views here are not the views of my Internet Service Provider or Government.
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