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Netscape Revamps My Netscape

Thursday April 26th, 2001

While we normally don't post news on Netscape stuff, this is one that we wanted to talk about. Netscape today turned off customized content on My Netscape. This means that our rdf channel there, as well as our sidebar, no longer work. We have been working on a new sidebar panel for a while, and this will help push it along. As soon as it's ready, we'll let you know.

If you want to complain about this, we highly encourage you to email Netscape and ask for your custom content back.


#64 Re: no clue..

by gerbilpower <gerbil@ucdavis.edu>

Monday April 30th, 2001 2:39 PM

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BugZilla is easy since you do not have to worry about or fill out 98% of the forms. They do make BugZilla looks scarey but you don't have to worry about most of them.

By default, Bugzilla searches for bugs that have not been fixed. Since this bug has been recently fixed, so unselect all the items in "Status" (this means that Bugzilla won't search for open bugs) then select FIXED in Resolution (Bugzilla will search for bugs that have been marked fixed). Scroll all the way down, and enter the keywords you want to search for in "Summary." Then click on "Submit Query" and that's it!

The other forms are completely optional, and if you familiarize yourself with them you can do much more specific and complicated searches.

This is a good question for my site NewZilla <http://www.gerbilbox.com/newzilla/> , since Bugzilla only looks intimidating and that might be scaring people off.

Alex