I agree. Best on Windows, but Safari is best for mac. Safari is nicer and has better RSS integration.hob said:I don't like FireFox on mac. It's the best browser for Windows, but it doesn't work quite as well on mac. I remember installing it on a friends new machine and it downloaded all the plugins we needed as we needed them, like RealPlayer etc. etc. On mac it needs you to do it manually...
In Safari or Opera? Safari should be amenable to using System Preferences, shouldn't it? But ... I don't know if you can bind a key without a modifier as a shortcut... like I think the closest you might get is Apple-Z and Apple-X.... which is also problematic, because those are used in almost every app...hmmm....Yvan256 said:I've switched from Opera (crashed even more on OS X than on Windows), the only thing I'm really missing is the ability to disable animated GIFs.
... and mouse movements browsing.
And keyboard navigation shortcuts (Z = back, X = forward). Can't figure out how to bind keys for applications... Any help?
freiheit said:Well the linked article is a lovely piece about Firefox with not one mention of Safari. Where does this 2.13% marketshare claim come from?
Me too. But right now we have to remember that Safari has an automatic ceiling wherever he percentage of Mac users happens to fall. I wonder how Safari's % on Macs compares to IEs % on Pcs.jsw said:I also look forward to the day a 2.13% market share isn't considered to be good news.
But look at it this way: whatever the %, it's the #3 browser in the world. And it represents over 1 in 50 website users.jsw said:I also look forward to the day a 2.13% market share isn't considered to be good news.