Shiira is basically a copy of Safari, with a few new features added in. It's built on Apple's web kit. Obviously it looks and works a lot like Safari, but I do like the bookmark/history drawer better than the bookmark management window Apple provides in Safari.<br><br>But the one nice feature is the ability to have tabs expand in width to fit the title of the page on them completely.<br><br>A nice start... hell, they're still in beta and it's already better than Opera and iCab.<br><br>
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#169360 - 06/06/0403:52 AMRe: Yet another OSX Browser available
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> and still, firebird/firefox leaves it for dead.<br><br><br><br> <p><hr></blockquote><p><br>It's hard to compete against Open Source Software. There are thousands of willing and motivated programmers improving the software for the joy of programming and supporting open source.<br><br>Companies like Microsoft and Apple spend billions trying to design a good GUI, and sell copies for hundreds while KDE can make a great GUI and sell it for...nothing.<br><br><br><br>
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