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Originally posted July 4 2004 at 00:07 under Computing. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.

Dashboard on a Safari

Ive never been a Mac man and probably never will be (any OS where there is a tradition that mice only need one button confuses the shit out of me). But as far as next generation CSS3 standards go, then Safari on a Mac is probably the best right now (which is peculiar, given that it probably doesn’t have the best CSS2 support). It’s claims to being the fastest may be open to interpretation but it pretty much kicks arse in CSS3. And now it turns out that the Mac’s next big thing, Dashboard happens to have a lot to do with CSS3, as
revealed by Hyatt. So if dashboard (and I don’t intend to get into the raging debate about what’s ripping what here) uses CSS3 like that, one can expect to next generation of Safari to really kick some butt.

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