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rezzi Mar 12, 2003 08:32 PM
Netscape 7.0
Any of you guys & gals using Netscape's
latest version? What my problem actually
is,is that ver 7 does'nt seem to retain
online Quicktime movies/trailers that you-
've viewed in it's memory cache.(Unless
they're invisible now).There was no pro-
blem accessing & removing them from cache
in older versions.IE unfortunately sucks
in o/s 9,(freezing,etc)so I'm stuck with NS 7 for
now.My ISP is'nt very compatib-
le with anything below NS ver 7.
:brick:
 
bradoesch Mar 12, 2003 09:15 PM
Re: Netscape 7.0
Quote
Originally posted by rezzi:
My ISP is'nt very compatib-
le with anything below NS ver 7.
:brick:
You should be able to use any browser you want I thought. :confused: Are you using AOL?
 
rezzi Mar 13, 2003 07:35 PM
Netscape 7.0
Thanks for the response.
No, my ISP is SBC /Yahoo.Their homepage,
including music & video (YahooLaunch)
sections won't support anything below
NS 7.0-it states you need ver 6.78
to access YahooLaunch,but it still does'
nt work.SBC has a preference for IE 5.1
but it has a real tendency to freeze when
accessing certain sites & downloads.Sucks
as I mentioned before.Yahoo tech support
for the Mac is crummy(no suprise there).
But my original problem is that I cannot
locate (quicktime) movies in the NS cache.
 
bradoesch Mar 18, 2003 01:20 AM
Re: Netscape 7.0
Quote
Originally posted by rezzi:
Thanks for the response.
No, my ISP is SBC /Yahoo.Their homepage,
including music & video (YahooLaunch)
sections won't support anything below
NS 7.0-it states you need ver 6.78
to access YahooLaunch,but it still does'
nt work.SBC has a preference for IE 5.1
but it has a real tendency to freeze when
accessing certain sites & downloads.Sucks
as I mentioned before.Yahoo tech support
for the Mac is crummy(no suprise there).
But my original problem is that I cannot
locate (quicktime) movies in the NS cache.
If you had QuickTime pro you could save the movies to your hard disk. I'm not sure if that's what you're looking for. It's $30.
 
rezzi Mar 18, 2003 05:44 PM
Netscape 7.0
Yeah,Guess I'll bite the bullet and shell out the $30 bucks.Thanks anyway.
 
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