You do know Chrome uses Webkit too, don't you?Chromium is severely lacking in many features but it does things smoother than Safari/Webkit does for me. I still have Webkit in the dock but I almost never load it up. I've grown to FF recently but it's my alternate identity browser for junk and games mostly.
Very well aware. When I say WebKit I'm referring to the nightly builds on www.webkit.org.You do know Chrome uses Webkit too, don't you?
Just wanted to get this out there...does anyone get this seemingly random application switching when clicking on pages in Chrome? Not sure if this happens when you click rapidly in a short burst, but Chrome will very occasionally switch to a random app (maybe the most recently active one).The latest builds of Chrome are pretty nice and web browsing is definitely fast.
There are a lot of bugs, random window redraws, floating tabs, and my wonderful bookmarklets don't work. Oh well.
Once it is release, I will definitely definitely give it a go again.