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Old 03-18-2008, 08:08 AM   #1
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Default New Safari, security issues plus

Apple has released an update to Safari 3.1, addressing multiple security issues.

According to the write-up in MacWorld, this update also "adds support for the new video and audio tags in HTML 5 and now supports CSS Animations. Apple says Safari is the first browser to support these features. Safari also supports CSS Web Fonts.” [I believe that is through the downloadable WebKit beta.]

The article also says that Apple claims several speed advantages over MSIE 7 and Firefox 2.

I thought the utility of Web Fonts was still being debated, but guess not. As for animation, better not surprise me with that; I hate moving stuff on the screen.

Oh, well.

   
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