Bookmarklets in the Macintosh Apple Menu
...this can fix bookmarklets that aren't working
On the Apple Macintosh there is a menu available under the Apple icon at the left of the menu bar. Netscape users can put bookmarklets under that menu instead
of the Bookmarks menu. There are good reasons to do this:
Tip: Make a new folder (call it "Bookmarklets", or whatever) and place it in your Apple Menu Items folder. If you put all your bookmarklets in this folder then your Apple Menu won't become too cluttered.
Another Tip: If you have a big enough screen, you can use your desktop as a kind of personal toolbar. After step 2 above, just leave the bookmark file on your desktop. If you double-click the bookmark file icon then the bookmarklet will operate on the frontmost Netscape window.
Yet Another Tip: You may find it convenient to keep your Bookmarklets folder on the desktop, or in some other folder besides the Apple Menu Items folder. You can still get bookmarklets in the Apple Menu by making an alias for the Bookmarklets folder and dropping the alias in your Apple Menu Items folder. (To make an alias, select the folder, then choose "Make Alias" from the File menu.)