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Jim Lynch wrote:

> Don't knock it.  With the only netscape available for Linux stuck at
> version 3, maybe MS will be the only web browser that keeps up with
> technology for Linux.  I sure hope not, but it looks like Netscape has
> abandoned us.

That's funny - I'm running Communicator 4.03 on my Linux machine and Win95.
And Communicator is great, compared to IE. Even compared to Navigator.
Netscape hasn't stopped developing for Linux.

Matt


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Jim Lynch wrote:
<BLOCKQUOTE TYPE=CITE>Don't knock it.  With the only netscape available
for Linux stuck at
<BR>version 3, maybe MS will be the only web browser that keeps up with
<BR>technology for Linux.  I sure hope not, but it looks like Netscape
has
<BR>abandoned us.</BLOCKQUOTE>
That's funny - I'm running Communicator 4.03 on my Linux machine and Win95.
And Communicator is great, compared to IE. Even compared to Navigator.
Netscape hasn't stopped developing for Linux.

<P>Matt
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