But you have to understand that Chimera has been in development for a much shorter time that iCab..Originally posted by JustTryIt
I downloaded Chimera and had a look at it, but it didn't think it was quite impressing. I prefer iCab.
Feeling a bit dyslexic today? Or is backwards spelling another feature of Chimera?Originally posted by AmbitiousLemon
to answer ruoy noitseuq i would have to yas tha chimera (now called Navigator) is by far the most impressive web browser created. when this thing gets finsihed there will be no intelligient person (meaning that approximately 5% of the retupmoc using public) still using any carbon browser.
Well, i like pretty browsers too, but i don't think that iCab is ugly. Ever changed the default icon set?Originally posted by sparkleytone
i'm really happy with the development of Chimera. it's coming along extremely well. iCab is all well and good, but I like my browsers to be pretty. And the only thing pretty about ICab is that its pretty damn ugly. .2.3 is the best so far and i can't wait to see where they continue to go. Plug-in support needs to come soon.
no kidding! I thought I was just feeling a bit cracked out by work today...ha ha haOriginally posted by cleo
Feeling a bit dyslexic today? Or is backwards spelling another feature of Chimera?
I agree. Apple would get it right. Web-browsing is an integral part of the computer experience and this is one of the areas that they haven't covered with the iApps. At least users would have a choice unlike M$.Originally posted by Taft
You know what might be cool?? An Apple-made browser built off of Mozilla code. They would get the interface stuff right and not have to worry about the messy complications of rendering, CSS, and the other crap. Maybe I should send them a suggestion.