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Camino is Fastest... but I Like Safari
Authored by: EatingPie on Oct 13, '04 12:16:20PM
After thorough testing, Camino is faster than Safari on rendering. So I use Camino. I do however like Safari better in terms of look and feel... Fortunately Camino has the menu bar and tabbed browsing, which are the my basic requirements for use. -Pie

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Camino is Fastest... but I Like Safari
Authored by: macmath on Oct 13, '04 02:52:00PM

I like Camino too, but I still use Safari because Camino is not as responsive to the mouse-click or key-sequence on my 600 MHz iMac (ie, changing tabs, pulling down menus, etc).

I'd love for Camino or Safari to get the feature of Mozilla "Save tabs as bookmark." or whatever it was called where one could save all open tabs in a window as a single bookmark.



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Camino is Fastest... but I Like Safari
Authored by: ozean on Oct 17, '04 04:59:48AM

You can make such bookmark collections in Camino. When you hit Apple+D to create a new bookmark there is a checkbox in the dialogue called "Bookmark all tabs". Check this one and you have your single-click-instant-opening-of-a-bunch-of-tabs magic!



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Camino is Fastest... but I Like Safari
Authored by: macmath on Oct 17, '04 09:08:38PM

Thanks!

I guess I've been making bookmarks dragging URL's from the location window to folders on my bookmarks bar too much to notice that window and checkbox.



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