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    Hi

    My Netscape mail will not let me click through the links on inboud mail. When I click, the link turns red for the duration of the click and thats it
    Anybody have any ideas?
    Aaron McNeil
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    I had that problem. I had to reboot and it seemed to work. Or use control-alt-delete and close Netscape AFTER you quit it. See if it works then. I think this is a bug in NS.

    Owen

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    Thanks Owen

    I have tried that and it didn't work I don't know hwat the problem is.

    By the way if that is your site, it looks great! I guess even if it isn't your site it looks great
    Aaron McNeil
    Webmaster of intown.ca
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    Hi there! Owen's Avatar
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    Thanks! I'm glad someone appreciates it.

    Owen

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    I can't offer an absolute answer but maybe a little insight.

    People are tending to install NS6 with NS4+ already installed, quite often in the same folder. I'm not sure if it's a registry problem, or NS6 sharing older DLLs but some sort of conflict seems to take place, usually making NS6 flip out a little bit.

    Solution tends to have been uninstalling both and re-installing NS6. Pain in the backside, I know.

    I have both NS's running well but in my case I happened to be setting up a clean Windows install. I installed 6.0 again from scratch, but left the Netscape 4.7 folder where it was, without re-installing it. It runs perfectly and doesn't cause hassles with 6.0.

    Anyway, maybe something in that can give you some clues.

    Alex
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