January 11th, 2003  |  Published in Uncategorized

After noting its propensity for destroying home directories and screwing up /tmp, it seems appropriate to go ahead and note that Safari’s been updated to fix the big problems and is available for download.

It’s still botching a few things: MovableType bookmarklets don’t work, it’s hosing up href’s in list elements, and PHP cookies aren’t working on an undiscernable basis, but it’s still crazy fast… not just in the way it renders pages but in how quickly it moves back through the document history and how quickly it can scroll a page up and down.

Also worth noting: Unsanity’s free metallifizer does a nice job of dumping the metal look for Safari (and other Cocoa apps).

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