Warp 4 "Get Netscape" icon?

Warp 4 "Get Netscape" icon?

Post by David J Mill » Mon, 07 Oct 1996 04:00:00




Wolters)6 Oct 1996 12:02:42 GMT writes:

Quote:

>I can't find a desktop icon labled "Get Netscape".  Is it supposed to be
>in one of the folders created by the Warp 4 install?

It's supposed to appear on the Desktop (it did on my install anyway).  Don't
worry if you can't find it though, its just a URL link for WebExplorer.  You
can manually open WebExplorer and type in
[http://www.internet.ibm.com/browsers/netscape/warp].  Hope that helps.

djm

 
 
 

Warp 4 "Get Netscape" icon?

Post by djl.. » Mon, 07 Oct 1996 04:00:00



>I can't find a desktop icon labled "Get Netscape".  Is it supposed to be
>in one of the folders created by the Warp 4 install?

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>Richard Wolters               | Richard's Photography          
>[TEAM-OS/2]                   | Severna Park, MD.
>                              | (410)544-7823

>                              | Check out http://www.*mail.net/rphoto
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When I made the initial installation it appeared as an Icon on my desktop
not in a folder!

 
 
 

Warp 4 "Get Netscape" icon?

Post by Richard H. Wolte » Mon, 07 Oct 1996 04:00:00



Quote:Miller) writes:

:>

:>Wolters)6 Oct 1996 12:02:42 GMT writes:
:>>
:>>I can't find a desktop icon labled "Get Netscape".  Is it supposed to be
:>>in one of the folders created by the Warp 4 install?
:>>
:>It's supposed to appear on the Desktop (it did on my install anyway).  Don't
:>worry if you can't find it though, its just a URL link for WebExplorer.  You
:>can manually open WebExplorer and type in
:>[http://www.veryComputer.com/].  Hope that helps.
:>
:>djm
:>
Yes, sure does.  Thanks.

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Richard Wolters               | Richard's Photography          
[TEAM-OS/2]                   | Severna Park, MD.
                              | (410)544-7823

                              | Check out http://www.*mail.net/rphoto
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Warp 4 "Get Netscape" icon?

Post by Richard H. Wolte » Mon, 07 Oct 1996 04:00:00


I can't find a desktop icon labled "Get Netscape".  Is it supposed to be
in one of the folders created by the Warp 4 install?

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Richard Wolters               | Richard's Photography          
[TEAM-OS/2]                   | Severna Park, MD.
                              | (410)544-7823

                              | Check out http://www.*mail.net/rphoto
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