ANY IDEA HOW TO IMPLEMENT IT ON NETSCAPE? THANKS......

"Jeremy D. Vanderstow" wrote:

> I'm just curious, and not a major programmer (in JavaScript (yet (just
> starting to learn))), but why can't you use the cache?
>
> > Boris et al.,
> >
> > Well, I finally figured it out (at least for IE4)! -- I thought you might
> > like to know how:
> >
> > First I make an extra menu on IE4's default context menu (through the
> > registry) that calls a javascript file. This javascript file writes a
> > cookie with the current frame's URL as a value. The custom application
> > (which already has to be running -- really the only limitation) has
> > registered itself with the shell; it gets notified whenever a change in

> the
> > Cookies folder occurs. When a change does occur, the custom app searches
> > for the most recently changed file, reads it, and pulls out the URL!
> >
> > A lot of work, but well worth it I think!
> >
> > Now, if only I could get Netscape to write the URL to its cookie.txt

> file...
> >
> > Sincerely,
> > Terry Rasmussen
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Boris Feldman wrote in message <36b8e7f7.0@dweb1.devx.com>...
> > >Terry,
> > >
> > >Unfortunately writing (or reading) a file or accessing the registry on

> the
> > >user's machine is also off limits. When you say "pass this URL onto

> another
> > >application" what do you mean? There may be other ways of solving your
> > >problem.
> > >
> > >Boris.
> > >----------------------------------
> > >Boris Feldman
> > >boris@feldmangroup.com
> > >
> > >Terry Rasmussen <terryr@valleysoftware.com> wrote in message
> > >news:36b8d265.0@dweb1.devx.com...

> >
> >
> >