The program is set up to allow "legal" choices, not necessarily "smart" choices. I bet one could give a character Weapon Specialization (Net) for all the good it would do.
The Metamagic TYPE just means the feat counts as a Metamagic feat (for prerequisite purposes). The Wizard TYPE just means the feat can be taken as a Wizard Bonus Feat. Neither is a restriction on who can take it.
As far as the Fighter/Wizard goes, I can imagine someone planning a Fighter/Wizard starting with Fighter and wanting to take (say) Still Spell as the 1st-level feat, before any spellcasting is available. The rules don't stop it.
--- In email@example.com, "stepson_nikodemos" <stepson.nikodemos@...> wrote:
> Life to you, Andrew. And everlasting glory.
> Thanks for clearing up the Martial Weapon Proficiency Feat. As for the
> Metamagic feats, they are listed as Type Metamagic.Wizard, and unless
> you can cast spells they are absolutely useless to you, as they all
> increase the level of the spell being cast. So you can't use them with
> any magical device, unless you have it added during the creation of the
> device. And as for your example of a Fighter/Wizard, you've selected a
> spell caster you qualify to use the feats in question and they may prove
> Yours Niko