Working fine for me too even on old 10.5.6. The history cover flow is amazing and I only miss my reload button. I guess I can learn to command R. The "show top sites" seemed gimmicky but I am now clicking on it all the time. Rearranging, deleting, and pinning permanently is completely simple and obvious.
Safari is also very fast. It seems slow on occasion but it is because it is rendering many pages at a time especially in history cover flow.
I was going to reply I just have this stupid ant on the end of my address bar but now realize you meant in my address bar on the right.
Nice, thanks. Now the only thing that bugs me is why the "customize toolbar" is in the "View" menu and not in the preferences. Took me five minutes to kill that ant and it wasn't obvious even when I got there. Oh, drag the ant out of my menu bar while that window is open. That's sooo obvious.
MacBook Pro 17 inchers announced. Thin. 0.95 inch. Not a MacBook Air but progress.
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