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Netscape 4.7: shop 'til you stop

> In any case, the original question is still useful.  I've often found
> myself without a STOP button because I've narrowed the window so that
> I can have more than just a browser on the screen. It would be useful
> to  know  how to put the most useful buttons on the left, so they can
> still be used with a narrow window.  What is "useful" is, of  course,
> different  for different people.  Does Netscape have any known way of
> controlling such things?

You could just hit "esc", or right click and hit "stop". I personaly find
it a lot faster to use the right click method on "stop", "back"
and "forward" especially if your running a 1280x1024 or higher desktop and
doing some power surfing.

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