Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by omgwtfbbqryan, Aug 16, 2006.
i keep coming back because of the extensions... namely being able to keep boomarks between computers
I know, FF is a love hate relationship with me. It's such a resource hog, but it's so nice to customize it...
get opera. It's the best brower for mac out there.
I agree. I used FF on my PC and still prefer it over IE but Safari does everything I want.
i use a mix of Opera and Camino...
mostly Camino lately...
I have 6 browsers that I have played with, and Safari smokes them all in reliability and speed. I wish they would kill the aluminum look and then things would be money. Still, it's my default browser.
well for now at least ive switched back over to safari
Try Flock. Its firefox with a few more features and tons more stable.
Feels smoother for me
Safari is pc based not mac? I thought the mac browser was called safari or maybe im just retarded..
but FF is wut i use and i've been sick of it for a while, but as for keeping my bookmarks i just use google sync to save all mine, it works pretty well for me..
but i'll try flock when i get home.
i use safari, its great w/ automator...
Safari is a Mac only application.
And a few less features it seems. You can't set up folders in the bookmarks toolbar. That's enough for me to pass on it even as pretty as it is.
Just get White-Out. Turns all of the aluminum shit in OS X to white. I like it better
im already back to ff
I never even tried firefox, something told me it was all hype.
I refuse to use skinning aps as even the ones that are sworn to take no resources still take resources.
i dont think thats the case though. when the skinning apps are run, it executes a one time change of all the .png files that the gui for the apps are composed of. things like white-out, uno, shapeshifter, once you change the gui files, thats it. nothing runs in the background.
thats why when you uninstall one of the said programs, it just replaces the original aqua gui files and then its back to normal.
to get a better idea, cntrl+click an app, like safari for instance, and display the package contents. you will see a folder in there called resources. its nothing but images that constitute the gui. no processes.
im using shiira now.
shiira > safari
you change browsers like underwear
FF has started to just stall out a lot for me recently