My first Mac....need some help.


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linux2
Originally posted by GatorZx2

Click "window" then "download manager" or command 4. I wouldn't use IE full time. I think you would find Mozilla, Chimera, or OmniWeb faster and more accomidating.

Kewl. As for my multiple personalities. . .I now have and use all 3 platforms. I was more of a Linux user, but still used XP a good bit. Now I've added a mac to the mix. What can I say-I like choice :ninja:

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I have read two independent browser speed tests. And IE 5.2 (under OSX) rendered pages faster then the other browsers you mentioned. Do fonts look better under the other browsers?

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Dazzla
Originally posted by linux2

I have read two independent browser speed tests. And IE 5.2 (under OSX) rendered pages faster then the other browsers you mentioned. Do fonts look better under the other browsers?

Omniweb is easily the best looking browser around, but it handles neowin badly, in fact it's rendering is very poor.

The very latest Chimera nightly is nice, it's my default and it's always getting better.

http://chimera.mozdev.org

get the latest nightly.

Oh, and as for AA, in Jaguar, you have the option of different levels of AA and they are all different, nice option.

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linux2
Originally posted by Dazzla

Omniweb is easily the best looking browser around, but it handles neowin badly, in fact it's rendering is very poor.

The very latest Chimera nightly is nice, it's my default and it's always getting better.

http://chimera.mozdev.org

get the latest nightly.

Oh, and as for AA, in Jaguar, you have the option of different levels of AA and they are all different, nice option.

Finally got around to trying Chimera (nightly build). I agree, it's a nice browser. In fact it 'feels' faster then IE 5.2, whether it actually is or not.

If Apple were to brand their own browser, this would good a choice :)

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