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It's Safari 3 tips day...
Authored by: piyayo on Jun 13, '07 10:49:46AM

I also installed it, being, for me, the highlight of the whole keynote and uninstalled it yesterday because it made launchbar not index my firefox bookmarks anymore which I thought was strange.

When you use the uninstaller it replaces everything to the way it was, so safari is now back to 2.04.

I rememeber reading somewhere that the safari beta 3 installer places a lot of stuff around, even a new version of the dock, but, again, everything is back to normal thank god.

Whose was the idea to enable tabs to become independent windows? Is this really useful to anyone? Or maybe thy're just trying to get us used to having more and more gratuitious zooming animations in the OS? Again, I wasn't impressed at all and a few times I couldn't even click on links and have it go somewhere, they just wouldnt register.



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It's Safari 3 tips day...
Authored by: quentinsf on Jun 13, '07 11:03:11AM

For me, being able to drag tabs around and between windows was a big plus - I often end up with too many windows each containing arbitrary assortments of content, and want to be able to organise them.

The speed boost was also very nice.

And if you have the Debug menu enabled, there are some nice new bits.

But it seemed a bit too buggy - and other things, like iChat, had some hiccups after I installed it, so I've gone back for now. Looking forward to a less-buggy version, though.



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