I'm one of those Camino holdouts who isn't quite comfortable switching to Safari, and I decided to check out some nightlies and poke through the buglist to see what the hope of getting a couple of bugs that make it nearly unusuable fixed is. The good news: The bug that caused embedded text selection boxes, or scrolling chunks of text built into a page (iFrames?) to turn blank seems to be fixed in newer nightlies. I don't know if this is related to the drifting iFrame text bug, but since this made using any site with a text list worthless, it's good to have it fixed. The frame tabs now work just fine on 10.3 as well. The bad news: The drifting iFrame text bug (most often seen with Google AdWords ads) is not fixed, and won't be until Apple gets around to it. 10.3.3 does not fix it, although it does help some, and it's not nearly as bad now as with 10.3.2 or earlier with Camino 0.7. If you like Camino, I highly recommend using the OSX feedback section to complain, and maybe they'll do something. Also, Camino's interface has changed at least three times since 0.7; the previous one (shiny grey, roughly safari-like buttons) was nice, but now they're using ugly, colorful, round, Firebird-like icons that I really hate. Even the 0.7 icons were better. The Question: There is a majorly annoying bug when viewing Japanese pages with Camino where large areas of the page will just go white. Here's an easy place to reproduce it: http://news.tbs.co.jp/ It is not fixed as of the latest nightly, and I can't find a bug for it in the Mozilla bugtrack section. Does anybody more familiar with Camino's development than I have any idea if this is even a known issue? It's caused my wife to switch to Safari.