Anyone ever use Yahoo auctions?

for some reason ebay kicks me out of Netscape now when I go to the site.
damn computer is ready to be put down....
so has anyone sold/bought models on Yahoo with any success?
Craig
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Craig
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Craig -- I bought a couple of books there about two or three years ago. No real problems, and with PayPal nowadays, would have probably even less. I generally works like eBay, but with a smaller selection. Regards,
-- John The history of things that didn't happen has never been written. . - - - Henry Kissinger
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The Old Timer
E-bay has been denying me for some time now when I browse in Netscape. I don't like IE much but that's what I use now for browsing/searching.
Bill Banaszak, MFE
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Bill Banaszak
I have bought two vacform models from Ebay, Contrail Yak28 C&P and a 70's Airmodel version of Horten IX. These were sold to me from Germany and Great Britain. In both cases the sellers were great, with the Yak i even got a German aviation magazine with some photos of the plane. I have ordered 17 items from Ebay in total, no problem ever. And by the way, the Airmodel Horten was incredibly crude (12 parts) and laughably inaccurate, but a fun project nevertheless.
Pertti
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Bill,
You might wanna try a different browser.
[Totally no-commercial-interest plug :-) ] I use Mozilla Firefox on ebay with no probs.
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. It's at version 0.8 but it's been fairly stable for me.
I dislike IE as well now that I'm back in the land of windows, unfortunately some sites (particularly banks -- why??) force you to use it.
Cheers Michael
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Michael Lumley
Lazy programmers/webmasters and the MS empire.
Michael Lumley wrote:
> I dislike IE as well now that I'm back in the land of windows, > unfortunately some sites (particularly banks -- why??) force you to use it.
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Ron
*tinfoil beanie mode on*
It's not just your computer. The same thing kept happening to my mom's computer when I was looking for a riding-mower bag for her. (Long story.) I'm guessing that e(vil)Bay has struck some sort of under-the-table deal with Microsoft that lets only IE work and either throws off Netscape, if both are on a computer, or causes it to malfunction if it's the only browser detected. Damn you Bill Gates!!!
*tinfoil beanie mode off*
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Edwin Ross Quantrall
well its actually been a blessing because I now cannot buy anything while I am at home cuz I only have NS. This little conspiracy from Gates has probably saved me hundreds of $$$!
Craig
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who me?
i have nutscarape and mozilla that work fine with eekbay.
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e
Try the latest version of Mozilla. Mozilla *today* is the same as Netscape *next year*. Plus, Mozilla has all the cool features (as standard features) that MicroSoft will never put into I.E., such as built-in pop-up blockers, tabbed browsing (once you use this, you will wonder how you ever did without it...). Mozilla also has the capability to disguise itself as I.E., to "fool" all those "explorer-only" sites. (I believe the Windows version of Mozilla has this...).
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Alternatively, try the Opera Browser.
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Greg Heilers
Or if you just want a browser, try Firefox - all the great features of Mozilla's browser without the extraneous clutter.
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Al Superczynski
Does Mozilla have an e-mail/newsgroup function that will let me import my current e-mail/newsgroup files from Netscape? I've got a bunch of stuff in there that I'd like to keep.
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Edwin Ross Quantrall

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