but one problem that continually bites me in the butt is that Camino does a pretty poor job of remembering multiple login credentials at a particular site or domain. When I’m working on the back end of one of my blogs or with the interface of my webhosts, this is a constant aggravation. I’m pretty much forced to use Firefox again. I guess that’s not so bad though.
has been announced and the Safari 3 Public Beta is now available for Windows and Mac. Is this really interesting for anything other than the fact that AJAX through Safari is the iPhone API? Is Safari for Windows anything more than the Windows Dev environment for iPhone developers?
Update: Since getting home I’ve been playing around with Safari 3 on my Macbook, and it’s freaking FAST. Quite impressive. And it doesn’t seem to croak when faced with Flash anymore.
for the last time. I’m moving back to Camino.
Firefox 2 was released last night.
the new version of Firefox that was released the other day, and I note with displeasure that the close icon is still not on the tab you want to close itself, but over on the right-hand side. Otherwise it’s fine, though I’m not likely to move from Safari, which I switched to a few months ago.