On Wed, 16 Jul 2003 11:59:20 GMT, in article
<gwestonREMOVE-3AF424.07592016072003netnews.attbi.com>, Gregory Weston wrote:
> In article <vi7ahv4bfh0re3t7r61nk4ksrgfruvd15unews.paradise. net.nz>,
> Ralph Fox <ralphfralphfxtraxtra.coco.nznz.undo-echo.invalid> wrote:
>>> > On Tue, 15 Jul 2003 21:18:27 -0700, in article
> > <3F14D20D.C32085F3your.com>, _ wrote:
> >> >> > > I just installed v7 on my Mac. I noted these problems (as opposed to
> > > v4.6 I have been using)
> > >
> > > no "Load Images" option (I browse w/ images turned off as my 56k modem
> > > often only connects at 31k)
> > Check out the Netscape v7 options here ...
> > Edit -> Preferences -> Privacy & Security -> Images
> > (*) Do not load any images
> > ( ) Accept images that ...
> > ( ) Accept all images
> That would be how one controls what gets loaded by default. I think the
> OP was requesting a way to load images that didn't make it through the
> above filtering process on a page that the browser had already loaded.
> And I don't have a solution, not being a Netscape user; just trying to
> help keep the topic alive long enough to generate the answer I think the
> OP wants.
I see what you mean. Maybe I have misinterpreted the OP's request.
In my Netscape 4.8 that command is called "Show Images".
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