Linked by David Adams on Tue 7th Jan 2003 18:05 UTC
Apple Steve Jobs just announced in his Macworld Keynote that Apple is releasing its own browser, called Safari. Its claim to fame is extremely fast performance on the Mac. The Mac platform has struggled from sluggish browser performance with IE (the old default browser). Update: According to Jobs, Safari is open source and based on khtml. It only runs on Mac OS X and will be available for download today.
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To Jasenko
by JReZIN on Wed 8th Jan 2003 09:39 UTC

Tks for all the help... =]

Actually I know that shotcut too... Actually it's CMD+~, in US keyboard the ~ is with `, usually before the "1/!" key... but here in my brazilian keyboard it's near the enter key... and changing to international keymap it goes to a weird key near the left shift... damn weird keyboard layout from Apple Brazil... =]
I used this shortcut a lot in the college's Macs... but here and also with new college's macs this weird keyboard layout makes it a bit less usefull... But I still using it with IE, I just don't use it at all anymore, just for a few sites, for compatibily measures...

Too bad that Safari doesn't have yet any shotcut at all for window switching... = Anyone knows if I can do that in AppleScript or something similar? =]