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Old 03-08-2009, 12:52 PM   #1
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Default New Mac browser: Stainless

Described as a “multi-process browser for OS X Leopard,” begun as a technology demo in response to Google Chrome, and only at beta 0.5.2, Mesa Dynamics’s Stainless has some ambitious features (not all fully implemented at this point):
  • Parallel sessions, which allow you to log into a site using different credentials in separate tabs at the same time
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  • Session-aware bookmarks that remember the session in which they were saved
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  • Private cookie storage outside of WebKit/Safari
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  • Support for HTML5 offline database storage
And more. Might be fun to play around with, especially as Mac users cannot use the Google browser.

   
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