Camino is also popular because some people feel that it looks/feels more like Mac OS. I tried both and Camino felt faster than FF so I trashed FF. If Safari starts to get sluggish or Camino, I'll switch to the other and vice versa.ohcrap said:Firefox...
I can't understand why anyone would use anything other than Firefox on any OS?
There are several reasons not to use Firefox on OS X, mainly being that it doesn't behave/look like a true Mac OS X application in many ways, even after applying a good OS X-like skin. Also, it doesn't support Cocoa services (with niceties like spell checking and the Ctrl-Apple-D dictionary shortcut) as well as other GUI annoyances such as using a fake toolbar instead of a real NSToolbar and using a customization window when it should be a sheet. Many times, at least for me, Firefox takes longer to start up than Safari and Camino.ohcrap said:I can't understand why anyone would use anything other than Firefox on any OS?
There's an easy fix for this. Too lazy to search for it now, but it's not hard to find. I've got it fixed on Firefox on both my Macs.Peter Griffin said:Firefox here as well,
Just a quick question to those using FF. Have you noticed that the FF will automatically go to your previous page sometimes when you use the two finger scroll?