> Modifying another program is very bad form and goes far beyond
> the bounds of propriety.
I can only suggest that you notify the author of NetCator about
it and send him your documentation. Perhaps he will change his
method if he is in err. The reason why I said "if" is because
there may be an option to turn it off or during install not to
add the buttons to IE5. I don't know. I do know that NoteTab
use to get blamed a lot for "taking over" users computer when it
fact it did no such thing with the user saying OK to associate
text files with NoteTab. Their lack of knowledge about
associations and seeing the Swiss flag all over their computer,
well, some accused NoteTab of having a virus infecting their
whole computer. Then others that would know what happened, but
missed the associations [Yes|No] question would be upset that
NoteTab did it without them saying OK which is simply not true.
I'm glad Eric took that off the installation menu!
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