Re: HTML viewers
Ted Burton (tedbrtn@CYBERHIGHWAY.NET)
Mon, 2 Sep 1996 14:32:24 -0600
At 22:30 -06001, Michael F. Bowman wrote thus [I likely cut a lot out]:
>You've already received some good ideas on using Netscape. I noted that
>you do not have a phone line available. To run Netscape without an
>internet conection, you will need to fool it into thinking it has a
Whoa. Unless this is peculiar to the Mac, one can create home page for
onesself, on one's own machine, or indeed set the bookmark file as the home
page, and Netscape will fire up quite happily without noticing there's no
connection to the outside world.
Thank you for listening.
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