Welcome to wmw Eliteweb.
And thank you! I'll be trying this out later tonight...
Worked like a charm for me... :) I actually put the "search" link back in my navigation bar.
=) congrats, worked for myself also. If you run into any problems with it let me know.
I was wondering where IE 5 (mac) keeps the cookie file..from time to time I would like to remove it without trashing it ,run with no cookies and then put it back.
It's straightforward on NN, but I can't find the file in IE.
doesn't the .reg file available from Google's site make this a whole lot easier?
where IE 5 (mac) keeps the cookie file
In the IE5 application directory, look in the "Preference Panels" directory for a file named "Cookies".
the .reg file available from Google's site
I'll have to remember to try that on my home browser... I doesn't say if it specifically works on Mac, that I could see. Have you tried it on IE5/Mac?
no, I don't have a Mac (I'm buying a new computer in the next couple of months or so and I'm considering switching over to one - thoughts on that?)
...but like you said, it doesn't say on the site that instrcutions for a Mac would be different... let me knowif it works!
thoughts on that?
:) Do it! (I'm not biased, or anything... ;) ) You can always keep your old machine as a standby.
I'll test the Google files at home tonight (must send myself a bookmark for thispage...) and report back.
>Thoughts on that?<
I have owned both PC and Mac. The most recent is a Mac and I have to say I much prefer it to the PC I had.
I need to buy a new computer and have been hemming and hawing about returning to PC if only for the programmes which are available on PC versus Mac ... but am reticent to go back to PC. Macs are very user friendly.
A friend of mine is going away for two months and is going to loan me his new IBM laptop. I am assuming that will help me make my final choice.
let me knowif it works!
Well, it either opened like a text file in a new browser window, or it downloaded a file to my hard drive that didn't seem to do anything...
I'm assuming the .reg file is a windows registry thing, or something cryptic like that... and I'm going to stick with the tried-and-true ResEdit fix. :)
aw Mivox, that's too bad...
yep, the reg file does something technically beyond me to the registry.
I'm surprised that Google doesn't say that it wont' work for Maccers :(
You can also do something like this:
Ya gotta do it the ResEdit way for the MacOS. =)