a. Jeff Flamm writes: "Sometimes when trying to 'triple click' a Netscape browser window to activate WindowShade, the title bar of the window slides up behind the menubar. At first it appears that the window is closed, but selecting a new bookmark does not open a new window as expected. The browser window is actually still active, but rolled up and hidden behind the menubar. Hiding Netscape and then returning to Netscape resets the rolled up window. It is impossible to click on the windows titlebar and move it from its hidden location. The only way to reset it is to close the window by typing 'Command-W'. Any new browser windows now open normally. Though the problem is not always repeatable it has happened to me about a dozen times over the past month or two."
b. From a posting on the Mac-Wizards mailing list: "I use Netscape Navigator 3.0. Sometimes, and sometime not, when I print directly from Netscape to either my StyleWriter or the office Pro LaserWriter, in portrait Page Setup, the right margin of the text is cut off, while there is plenty of room on the left. There is no indication in my settings that everything has been moved to the right, and changing margins has no effect." The reported work-around is to resize the window, either by dropping it from 100% to 90%, or just dragging it to the size of an 8-1/2 x 11" page before printing. Otherwise, use the NetPrint utility.
Version 3.0.2 fixes security leak Speaking of Navigator, note that it is now up to version 3.0.2. This is the version that plugs the security leak previously reported.