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Three in common use
Authored by: grolaw on Apr 01, '07 08:57:45AM
Camino works best for me when filing cases with the US District Court system - they expect IE 7 or Netscape on a Windows box.

Firefox works best with Audible and a number of aggregator sites as well as Westlaw and Lexis (proprietary legal databases).

Everything else, Safari is fast and reliable. I even like the .pdf integration for my legal filings - I can read the other side's responses without the two-step process (download then open) and, as the courts only give one free copy of a pleading away I'd have to pay $0.08/pg to re-download if I had an aborted / corrupted file - and that doesn't happen with the way Safari and the Fed Courts interact....

I don't much like Safari's bookmark editing features (what editing features?) - but I use Bookdog from http://www.sheepsystems.com to handle the bookmarks in all three browsers.

I use Opera exclusively on the XP box I have to use from time to time.

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