In the current (Issue 212) pf Mac Format there is a review of Firefox 3.5. In it the reviewer states that "it isn't a good OS X citizen, ignoring Mac conventions and technologies, including the built-in system spell-checker and keychain ... looking like a standard Mac app but not always behaving like one." Now I've used Firefox since early 2001 on Windows and Linux but only since this April on the Mac so to me it all feels quite comfortable which is surely the point of a cross-platform product. Of course this familiarity means that I'm less likely to see the supposed short-comings. So in what way doesn't Firefox behave like a Mac app? Are these major flaws are simply window (pun intended) dressing?