I use Firefox 2.x mostly. When that doesn't work, I use Shiira, which uses the same back end as Safari and when that doesn't work, I use Opera.what browser do you use? and why do you rarely touch safari?
1. Apple-L (I thought it was ctrl-L on Windows, also...), I think is what you want?1. What is the equivalent to Alt+D on the Mac? On the PC this would take you right to the address bar which was a real handy shortcut.
2. When I press the tab field (ex. registration fields) it skips over the check boxes. Is there a way to fix this?
If I use Safari with Windows XP to try to respond to one of these entries, it will do nothing. I am looking at a blank page. Thus I have to go back to FF.Safari still has issues with some technologies. Or they have a problem with Safari. I can't using it when posting to a WordPress blog. The WYSIWYG editor doesn't work properly with Safari. Which sucks.
Otherwise, I like Safari, but I use Firefox. Out of habit as much as anything.
Camino is good in some ways, but it's limited, even with the add-on that helps it do quite a few more things. On my machine, it was redundant since Firefox version 2. After Firefox version 3, I believe that not too many people will care about Camino at all.The main opinion I see here is that everyone likes Mozilla Firefox but everyone finds it a bit buggy and takes up valuable memory and CPU so i suggest Camino
Firefox with less features less memory intensive and only for mac
think of it as a glorified Safari
I agree... I'm originally a FF2 user, but when Camino 1.5 came out I decided to give it a good test run. I'm still using it, but the annoyance/con list counts about 15 points, a couple of which deemed as "deal-brakers" (while the pro list only has like 5 points). So now I'm basically just waiting for a stable release of FF3 to "jump" back.Camino is good in some ways, but it's limited, even with the add-on that helps it do quite a few more things. On my machine, it was redundant since Firefox version 2. After Firefox version 3, I believe that not too many people will care about Camino at all.