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Apple Safari

Safari is Apple's Web browser based on the Konqueror rendering engine. It offers outstanding performance, rendering even the most complex of pages at high speed. It uses advanced Mac OS X interface technologies to offer an all-new, much easier view of the Web, and features an advanced bookmark manager, built-in Google search, seamless downloads, and a pop-up blocking mechanism.

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  •  18 May 2004 03:16

    Release Notes: Compatibility with Web sites and Web applications was improved. Support for personal certificate authentication was added. Full keyboard access for navigation is now available. The ability to resume interrupted downloads was added. Support was added for Web sites that use LiveConnect for communication between JavaScript and Java applets (requires Java 1.4.2).

    •  16 May 2003 09:44

      Release Notes: This update improves how Safari validates the authenticity of websites that use SSL certificates.

      •  14 Apr 2003 13:21

        Release Notes: This version introduces tabbed browsing, AutoFill for forms and passwords, privacy reset, multi-language capabilities for English, Japanese, French and German, importing of Netscape and Mozilla bookmarks , increased standards compatibility, and improved AppleScript support.

        •  13 Feb 2003 00:59

          Release Notes: Safari Update 2-12-03 improves compatibility with popular Web sites, displays Web pages and Flash content more quickly, adds XML support, increases standards conformance, and improves stability. The update also works with self-signed security certificates.

          •  11 Jan 2003 11:12

            Release Notes: This update fixes various bugs in the initial beta release and is recommended for all users.

            Recent comments

            18 May 2004 07:18 ZackS

            Re: Convert public webpages to PDF


            > Hi,

            >

            > I think browsers should allow people to

            > convert public webpages to pdf

            > documents, so I built an online file

            > conversion engine to do it. If you

            > would like to add this feature to

            > Safari, I'm happy to integrate my

            > technology so it is invisible to the end

            > users.

            >

            > Check out www.2convert.com and convert a

            > webpage. You'll get the idea. If you

            > want it, let me know.

            >

            > Charles

            This functionality is already included in every single Mac

            OS X application, including Safari, via the Print dialog

            box.

            06 May 2003 13:39 charlesbarr

            Convert public webpages to PDF
            Hi,

            I think browsers should allow people to convert public webpages to pdf documents, so I built an online file conversion engine to do it. If you would like to add this feature to Safari, I'm happy to integrate my technology so it is invisible to the end users.

            Check out www.2convert.com and convert a webpage. You'll get the idea. If you want it, let me know.

            Charles

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