Despite the lust that some have for widgets (*cough*Pete*cough*), you need to be careful. Apparently there is an exploit through Safari that can have them downloaded and installed without the user's permission.<br><br>I haven't tried it myself. It also probably requires that you have your download prefs in Safari set to "open safe files after downloading", which I never use anyway.<br><br>
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