IMO, if Netscape are going to to be having customisable toolbars in a future
revision of NS7.x, it shouldn't be in the next incremental update, 7.02. They
should leave that until the next major revision, like 7.1 or 7.5. Incremental
updates like 7.0 to 7.01 and 7.01 to 7.02 should be maintenance releases
only, that contain only bugfixes, and if necessary, any patches for those
very comparatively rare* security problems that may be found.
(*Comparatively rare to all the security holes that IE is riddled with . . . !)
So, before they put development of Netscape on hiatus, they should first
have one incremental maintenance update. Then, maybe about 3 months
later, they should have one big update (7.1 or 7.5, including new features
like customisable toolbars, as well as any necessary bugfixes and patches.
After which, THEN they can then put it on hiatus for about 6 months or so,
before coming back with avengance, and Netscape 8.0 Preview Release 1!
UserAgent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-GB; rv:1.0.2) Gecko/20021120 Netscape/7.01 (CK-DJGM-i.net)
SeaMonkey = Swiss Army Knife: It's versatile, reliable, and contains useful tools.
Windows Internet Explorer = Old Swiss Cheese: Full of holes, and it stinks!