How to Add Your Search Engine to the New NetscapeToolbar •• Netscape 7.2
The NetscapeToolbar comes bundled with the new release of Netscape 7.2.
It is pre-configured with the Netscape search engine, and several
additional pre-configured "buttons".
You can, however, change the default Netscape search engine by
editing the "netscapetoolbar.rdf" file in the active profile
Thanks, and credit, to Chris Ilias for this tip.
This will set "Google" as the default search engine for the
NetscapeToolbar only. It will not affect the search engine for the
main toolbar. That must be set through Edit | Preferences |
Navigator | Internet Search, UI.
Most of the remaining Button functions can also be changed/edited in
On the Netscape Toolbar, to the far left, click on the drop down menu
on the "Netscape" tab, and select "Options". At the bottom of
the "Options" window, in the "Toolbar Buttons" display box, you will
find a list of available "Buttons". Note the name of the button that you
want to change. See this Screen Shot
Lets assume that you want to change the "jobsearch" button to point to
the "NETSCAPE & MOZILLA SOLUTIONS" site.
Close all instances of Netscape - including Quick Launch - AIM -
BACK UP THE "netscapetoolbar.rdf" BEFORE EDITING - THIS IS IMPORTANT
Open the "netscapetoolbar.rdf" file in a plain text editor,
search for "jobsearch".