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Netscape 4.7: shop 'til you stop

Matthew J Brodeur wrote:

> On Sun, 14 Nov 1999, Bill Horne wrote:
> > Netscape has recommended that users upgrade to v4.7, to fix security
> > problems in the browser.
> >
> > Along with the security fixes, however, comes an unwelcome guest:  the
> > "Stop" icon has been replaced by a "Shop" symbol, which
> > (JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS!!) takes you to shop at
>    I've been using 4.7 for a while and I didn't even notice until I read
> this message.  I have my toolbar set to text-only and the shop button is
> just to the left of the STOP button.  It seems to be that way both on my
> NT box at home and three of the Linux boxes at work.
>    Maybe your window is too small for the stop button to show up?

Yes, I usually use a 640x460 window, which does hide a couple of icons on
the far right:  but the "Shop" icon still irritates me.  This brings up a
larger question about window and font size, but I'll save that for another

Can I kill (or rearrange) any of the Message toolbar icons?


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