Enter a URL into the Go2it command line, click Go, and your browser opens at that site.
When you drag an application's icon onto the Go2it icon, the command line opens, and you just type in a brief code to use to quickly open that application when you need it.
When you first run the program, it might ask you where Netscape is. You do not need to use Netscape. Simply select your favorite Web browser.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
Requirements are: AppleScript extensions need to be enabled and installed. That's the default on all Macs running 8.x. It is recommended that you set a Hotkey to lauch this program, so you can easily call up your command line. Mac OS 9.xx has this function built-in within the keyboard control panel.
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