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  Camino and Safari Compared
Subject:   Missed points
Date:   2003-03-25 23:17:19
From:   anonymous2
Camino does a better job with handling cookies (i.e., prompting) than Safari. It also does a better job with Keychain storage of passwords (Safari does it, but seems to forget them after a bit). On the other hand, Safari get major bonuses for being a *proper* Cocoa app, by which I mean that I can turn on spell checking for this text area, and it also handles double- and triple-click selection properly. I don't know what widgets Camino uses in rendering pages, but the various text handling bugs are annoying enough that I can't make it my main browser. Of course, the saddest thing of all is that OmniWeb has pretty much vanished as a contender for the platform's major browser.

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