So which one do you like more? FireFox, Safari, Internet Explorer, or something else? Personally I like FireFox. FF works with websites much better then Safari, and is faster. It has some pretty neat skins and themes too. What about you guys?
zap2 said:i sue FF just to lazy to move to safaria(i liek the look of FF
Disclaimer: I was a Firefox user under Panther, I haven't used 1.3 much (and I just cannot remember if they used the new engine in 1.3, too).auxplage said:I have Safari 1.3 which is supposedly almost the same as 2.0. I use optimzed builds of Camino, and it absolutely destroys Safari on almost all sites. That said, Safari is much more stable and renders a lot of pages much better.
Out of curiosity, what is it that bothers you about FF bookmarks? Is it the bookmarks manager? I think the one in Safari is definitely better on that front. But mostly they seem pretty equivalent to me. I routinely refresh whichever one I hadn't been using with the bookmarks from the other one, and I seem to be able to practically use bookmarks in a very similar fashion in both.Mechcozmo said:Also, the bookmark system in Safari is damn near unbeatable. I use bookmarks quite a bit and they are really great in Safari. In Firefox, I hate using bookmarks. Too unwieldily. I do have Firefox "installed" however, along with Internet Explorer. I really do need to trash IE soon... but Firefox stays around for the sites that can't get their web development right.
Of course, AcidSearch actually addresses both kinds of find. But it does a much better job with the google bar than with find as you type....Mitthrawnuruodo said:I think he was referring to the Find -> Find... (i.e. on the page) and not Find -> Google Search...
I could've sworn that in 1.3, if you enabled "Show Input Box," you would get a bar like in FF.... But I could very well be wrong.Mitthrawnuruodo said:I've only tried AcidSearch 0.41 with Safari 2.0. And I've never seen any "Find bar", like the one you get in Firefox, or gotten any find-as-you-type function to work. I do love the superior way AcidSearch lets you add search engines to the "Google window", far better than Firefox' solution, but I do miss the Find bar, too.