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Subject: Re: Transistor amplifiers v. frequency in SPICE
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Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 12:05:52 +1100
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Mike Monett wrote:
> Russell wrote:
>>In netscape, select "view messages unread". When you're in a thread
>>you don't want to see any more of, press "k", which will make that
> Thanks Russel. This feature must be in newer versions of Netscape. It's
> not available in 2.02. However, it does have various options to mark
> individual messages as read, view all messages, etc.
> The problem is if you limit the maximum number of files to reduce the
> download time, it forgets about the unread messages that were never
> downloaded and considers them as already read. So they are missed.
> This is a minor flaw in one of the most outstanding pieces of software to
> ever run under Windows. But they lost the formula in later versions, so I
> stick with 2.02.
Another trick in netscape 4.x + and mozilla is to do File|Offline|Synchronize,
and choose the newsgroups to synchronize (which will be remembered next time
you do this). Go away and make a cup of tea. The body of all the new messages
for the day will be downloaded from your isp onto your HDD. That way, you can
click any news message and see it instantly, instead of having to wait a second
for the body to download from the isp.