Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'netscape'.

More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Important Information
    • The 68kMLA Forum Rules
  • Community Connections
    • General 68kMLA News & Stuff
    • Conquests
    • Trading Post
  • Projects & Hosted Forums
    • RetroChallenge
    • 68kMLA Wiki
  • 68k Model Forums
    • Compact Mac
    • Mac II, Quadra & Centris
    • 68k LC & Performa
    • 68k PowerBook
  • PowerPC Model Forums
    • NuBus Power Mac, LC & Performa
    • PCI Power Mac & Performa
    • G3/G4/G5 Power Mac, iMac & eMac
    • PPC PowerBook & iBook
  • Everything Elseā€¦
    • Apple I, ][, /// & Lisa
    • Newton
    • Software
    • Hacks & Development
    • Peripherals

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start





Website URL












Found 2 results

  1. So I'm going to attempt to build the March 31st 1998 version of mozilla for PPC using sheephsaver on my Macbook pro. The plan is thus: Build for PPC Remove as as much code as possible (Composer, mail, other unnecessary portions of the mozilla suite that I don't care about) Swap libraries and build for 68k make https work for the enjoyment of secured crappy html web fans everywhere... or maybe just people who want to post to 68kmla on their vintage macs... Is this worth my time? probably not, but I'm also a web developer and have been itching to get a better understanding of the core workings of a browser, so don't try to talk me out of it, I've already sunk too much time into the project to quit now.... So far I've managed to gather all of the tools I need and now I'm working on building. I've created a github site to document my progress here: http://andrew.colchagoff.com/netscape As of tonight I've posted my latest build effort. There happens to be a documentary about this particular mozilla release, being the first one: Let me know if you would be interested in helping with this madness and maybe we can set up some kind of source control.
  2. Hi All, Firstly, I'm really sorry if this has been covered before, I have had a search and couldn't find anything, also, sorry if I'm missing something REALLY obvious! I've just got myself a Shiva NIC and have successfully attached my SE/30 to the network and, internet. Everything, network wise seems to be working well. I can FTP to my NAS at home and get on the net... I am using Netscape 2.0.2 (and also 3.0.4 and 4.0.. My problems start when I try to make any changes to settings etc in netscape. As soon as I open up a dialogue box (to disable Java, delete certificates to renew etc) I am unable to complete the task as the windows are too large for my little SE30's screen, and so I don't have an "ok" or "cancel" button in the screen to click. I've seen various instructions to select options in Netscape, so I'm assuming I'm missing something obvious... but how do I make these dialogue boxes/windows smaller to fit on my screen and not make themselves so big I can't close or select "ok" on them? I don't know if this is a Netscape thing or a mac settings thing... please can anyone help!! Many thanks Cheers gskips