Netscape undocumented fiatures
- Super Reload Netscape 2.0
- In case Netscape's plain reload button isn't enough to solve your reloading problems, try Super Reload. Hold the modifier key (Mac: Option, Win/X: Alt? or Shift?) and choose reload. On the Macintosh version the Reload option in the menu will change names.
- Display all files in cache Netscape 2.0
- Open up the url about:cache and be prepared to wait as it searches through your disk cache.
- Display all files in memory Netscape 2.0
- When you go to about:memory-cache it will display items currently loaded in memory.
- Display all cached images Netscape 2.0
- Going to about:image-cache will dispaly all imags currently stored in cache.
- Check out the Global History file Netscape 2.0
- about:global will show all the places you have visited and when.
- I can't decide where to go... X Netscape 2.0
- montulli: will send you off somewhere on the web, based on your Global History file.
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Features dealing with how Netscape renders html pages
- Full Screen Mac Netscape 3.0+
- You can make the Netscape window go full screen (even hide the
menu bar) by holding control + option then hitting the a key.
- View Source
- You can view the source of any url (even of gif images!) using the syntax
view-source:>URL<. For example, try view-source:http://www.yikes.com/ .
- Hide and Show scroll bars Mac Netscape 2.0
- Type Control-Option-h to hide scroll bar in current frame or window. Type Control-Option-j to show the scroll bar again.
- Toggle Show URL Netscape 1.1
- For Unix or Windows type Control-Alt-l and on Mac Control-Option-l.
- Hide the Status Bar Netscape 1.1
- Type Control-Alt-s (Control-Option-s on Mac) to toggle
whether or not the bottom status bar is shown.
- Refresh Mac? Netscape 3.0+
- Type control-option-s. Refreshes all open Netscape windows.
- Hide the Status Bar Max Netscape 2.0
- Yupe Control-Option-s. Close the window. Open a new window.
The status bar will be hidden. Repeat to show it again.
- Show Transfer Status X/Windows Netscape
- Typing Control-Alt-t will pop up a new window with some
- Super-Short URLs Netscape 2.0
- Tired of typing "http://www.yikes.com/"?
Well all you have to do is type "yikes" and hit return. It will automaticly
turn it into it's full url! This only works for sites in the form
www.site.com. Another neat feature is that you can add a
path name to the end, thus you can get this page by trying
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To call up the Fish Cam were CTRL+OPT+Return (CTRL+ALT+F on a
PC). After some experimenting I found that CTRL+OPT+F has the
same result. window to take over my entire monitor, not even
leaving the Finder menu bar or Netscape's title bar on the
screen. This seemed like it could be useful, and I was obsessed
until I could duplicate his pounding, which in this case was
hitting CTRL+OPT+A. Pressing the same keys again reduced the
window back to normal. This was just the beginning.
After an extensive session of my own keyboard pounding I came
up with the following tricks. A few have a PC equivalent by
substituting the ALT key for the OPT key.
CTRL+OPT+HOME does the same thing with the screen that
CTRL+OPT+M yet again takes you to the Netscape Fish Cam.
If you want to pay a quick visit to the White house site type
CTRL+OPT+W. CTRL+OPT+L hides the vertical scroll bar and
CTRL+OPT+K hides the horizontal scroll bar (CTRL+ALT+S on a
CTRL+OPT+H or CTRL+OPT+Delete hides both scroll bars and
CTRL+OPT+J returns any hidden scroll bars. To refresh your
screen use CTRL+OPT+S.
By using about: command in the "Open Location" dialog box
you can find out detailed information about your browser and
about Netscape. But be prepared for a long wait if you run
about:cache or about:global with large disk caches or global
about:cache returns information about your disk cache,
about:memory-cache delivers information about your memory
about:plugins lists your installed plug-ins,
about:image-cache lists your
Typing about: in the URL space tells you what version you
have, and if you click on the Netscape logo there you can see a
little boasting by the folks in Mountain View.
The about: command also supports HTML on the PC -- for
Tricks with Macintosh Netscape
Bruce -- and does something silly on
the Mac if you type in an undefined command (try about:yomama).
A few about: commands worked in previous versions of
Netscape but seem to be phased out now. In particular,
about:authors and about:photo used to bring up some goodies,
but they're gone in 3.0.
Finally, for a historical reference type about:mozilla.
This is particularly impressive in the X version where you see
an animated Mozilla breathing fire in place of the regular
Netscape shooting star.
In addition to the about: feature, you may also type
"view-source:anyURL" in the location field to view the source
of any HTML document.
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