I care little about the extras. I am concerned about the fact that I cannot remove a site from the Site Controls. I just don't even want to see some.
It took me five tries to get something which resembles the Proto 2.
The first time I did what any Netscape or Mozilla user would do, uninstalling Proto 2 but leaving the profile. It was not so bad, in retrospect, but had no multi- toolbar, understandably. So, I uninstalled it, and removed the profile, but took the Netscape7.1 setting(I don't have the program, but have the profile). It was not so bad, but things started going to pot when I tried to make some changes. My third and fourth try used Firefox1.0 settings. In each case, I was not able to open this unlikely "survivor" after closing it once. Finally, after I had given up completely, I tried again, using Moz1.7.5, and, everything appeared, somehow, including the Personal Toolbar.
This morning, it froze on starting, but when I cllicked Cntrl+Alt( not Del), it started loading the Tab. So, we have wise guy, at hand.
But, I did not like the Tabs, File|Open Tab will open only Netscape.com, without entering a website. I eventually wised up, and replaced the multi-netscape.com tabs, and saved the settings.
So, after five minutes of power struggle, I entered a website of my choice, and before I could open any link, the beast decided that it had had enough for the day, and shutdown.
Chapera reminds me of a program which I had tried which required reinstalling for each use. I said, somewhere else, that this "improvement" reminds me Netscape 6.0. If they release it without some major changes, Netscape is, indeed, doomed.
Now, let's see if it let me post.
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