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This is what I've seen so far in my logs.
Edit: I added a second ua I just found that seems to belong to Safari. If you all use my browscap.ini file be sure you grab my latest update that includes Safari.
Looks good, but I'm going back to Mozilla :)
joined:Mar 29, 2002
What is the point of offering Google built in to a browser if it is not going to support the PR system?
Funny thing is, all I use my PC for is Database and checking PR.
Apple of all people should know the business market, and Apple media developers. Come on already PR Bar Please!
my rant for the day!
joined:Mar 29, 2002
I installed and used the new browser and really quite fast in relation to about everything. Relates well with .CSS - nice (so far).
Still lacking some features, but I am impressed.
maybe because nobody in the 'real world' outside of webmasters and seo's actually understands or has any interest in page rank - they just wanna search ;)
I read somewhere they expect a first stable version within 6 months.
On the better side:
for the latest - updated regularly
As to how Safari compares to Mozilla, IE and Opera, I'm seeing some css-issues with Safari that I don't see in either IE or Mozilla. On the other hand, css-positioning seems to be *much* better than the ones in both IE And Opera, css-issues that I see in Opera 6 are working better but not perfect in Safari
And remember: this is *still* beta, so don't expect 99% error free.
If you choose to use it, do use the built-in bug-reporter.
some issues seen:
if you use css to define a:<pseudoclasses> with a background image that switches,
-- Mozilla and IE displayes correctly
-- Opera 6 doesn't display css background images for anything but body
-- Safari switches on a:hover, but doen't switch back again when the mouse moves away
css isn't applied correctly to <option> elements in <select> lists