I've taken a look at your <snip> page.
You've actually got two browsers in the list : Safari from Apple, and OmniWeb from The Omni Group - [omnigroup.com...] They are *both* using the AppleWebKit.
As to the discrepancy between the AppleWebKit/85.7 and Safari/85.5 with the version numbers not being in synch, this happens because AppleWebKit and Safari now can be updated independently. With the 1.0 release of Safari, they were split in two to allow other programs to use AppleWebKit - which is what OmniWeb now does. OmniWeb has completely dropped developing their own rendering engine and now focuses totally on the interface - like Safari now actually does.
Much of this information is actually stated in #2 on the URL I provided.
You'll also have to take note of the fact that some people have access to internal developer versions of AppleWebKit and Safari, and these versions will of course have higher numbers than what normal users have.
Keeping track of programs in rapid semi-public development and testing - like what Apple did to garner rapid user feed-back and bug-hunting - is one hell of a job.
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Also as to you Mozilla versions:
[Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh;?; PPC; *; rv:1.6*) Gecko/?]
[Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh;?; 68K; *; rv:1.6*) Gecko/?]
ought no longer to be valid since the first one is from Mac OS 9 under which Mozilla hasn't run since version 1.4. The second one ought to be from Mac OS 8.x and Mozilla has - as far as I know - never been able to run on Mac OS 8.x and 68k processors. And I *have* tried with the special version below on 8.1 *s*
There's a special version of Mozilla 1.3.1 for Mac OS 8.6 & 9.x. Information can be found here : [t3.rim.or.jp...] and [wamcom.org...]
[edited by: Macguru at 2:30 pm (utc) on Oct. 30, 2003]
[edit reason] Link to specifics removed, thanks [/edit]