Brushed metal looks great, I don't even need Duality to make the browser look good. It runs screamin fast, even on my lowly G3 500mhz iBook over Airport. Not a single crash yet.<br><br><br>Visit Me At My .Mac Site
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Ironically, the BBC news site which comes preloaded, crashes Safari every time on my DP 500. Does the same with Chimera so the problem must be on their end. I still sent in my first bug report like a good little Mac-head.<br><br>
i sent my first bug report on http://www.postnuke.com/ because i couldn't log in, but it was different than the log in at maccentral yesterday. at the postnuke site, the document for logging in did not contain any data to safari even though i had filled in my name and password. when you do a bug report, you can also click on the advanced (or options) button and provide apple with more information if appropriate.<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
My only complaint (and it is not that big a deal) is that the games don't load in Pogo. I does prevent me from playing dominoses with some pals.<br>I guess the game playing from time ito time in the other apps will have to do for now. All in all I am very pleased and, for a beta, it is surprisingly bug free for me.<br><br>
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I can not make the switch before some of the bugs are resolved. While Arabic rendering is the best so far, still some Java and .aspx glitches prevent me from switching. I'm facing my problems with my my online banking and when managing waleedsgallery.biz<br><br><br>http://waleedsgallery.biz
Still on 10.1.5. Not doing Jag until I have native apps to run on it. But I envy those of you who can surf on rocket power. (I'll continue to use the PC for surfing 'til I upgrade.)<br><br>Good stuff Apple. <br><br>
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