January 7th, 2003 | Published in Uncategorized
- Really, really fast.
- Smarter than Chimera about popup blocking: I can use the CMS from work without having to turn off popup blocking now.
- Integrates bookmarks (which are very easy to manage) with the address book, so if an address entry has a URL, it’s presented with the name on the entry… handy for looking up friends’ sites
- Integrated Google bar
- “so far so good” on CSS
Oh… it’s a Cocoa app, so those beloved Emacs keybindings work in every text editing field.
Update: O.k. I found a CSS bug. The handy little ‘bug’ icon in the upper right let me send the page, the page’s source, and a brief report of the problem to Apple.
Yet Another Update: Alas and alack, it doesn’t seem to like bookmarklets, which means no handy Movable Type “postit” buttons. Too bad. Once NetNewsWire has category support, it won’t be such a big deal. For now, though, back to Chimera.