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Authored by: GORDYmac on Apr 19, '05 03:41:30PM

Friday's update of Mac OS X 10.3 to version 10.3.9 included a few unmentioned surprises, Safari 1.3 and new versions of WebKit, WebCore, and JavaScriptCore that "contain thousands of improvements… made to the engine since Safari 1.2." In addition to what Safari developer Dave Hyatt says is a 35% speed increase, the update includes a feature geared towards Widget developers, the "Use Transparent Window" option. The option, which can be found in the hidden "Debug" menu, allows you to preview widgets in an environment more visually similar to Dashboard, in a transparent layer over the desktop.

To enable the Debug menu, quit Safari and enter the following command in Terminal:

% defaults write IncludeDebugMenu 1

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Authored by: maxotron on Apr 19, '05 04:29:16PM

you can use the address
to get a transparent window much more easily than typing HTML

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