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The Safari Blogger

Dave Hyatt of the Safari core team has a weblog and responds to complaints.

Good to see someone cares. My first impression is very positive, although I’m missing tabbed browsing (Dave does, too…) and password storage. If you implement passwords, please use the keychain – that would be a definitive advantage over Mozilla and Phoenix, where there is no way to see your password after you stored it. You’re using the saved password for months, and suddenly you need it on a different page, but can’t remember it. Keychain would allow you to solve that…

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