Quicksilver Integration?

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Eiron
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Fri Feb 09, 2007 2:13 pm Post

Since you're the only one recommending it, they can't afford to.

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Fri Feb 09, 2007 2:15 pm Post

Boo! Hiss! What on earth have you got against Camino? Mozilla-based, true Cocoa (thus it supports Services, unlike Firefox), and it's damned pretty, too.

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Fri Feb 09, 2007 2:24 pm Post

More form without function. Firefox Pwns Camino! (Welcome to World Of Warcraft forum!)

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Fri Feb 09, 2007 3:14 pm Post

The only thing I really have against Camino is its lack of Firefox extension support. The only two browsers outside of Firefox that I've spent any amount of time in is Opera and Camino. Opera is an amazing browser, but again, I miss my extensions.
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Fri Feb 09, 2007 9:36 pm Post

Yeah, it's the extensions. I'm switching now, to see how my work flow goes, but I keep looking for tools that I don't have any more :(

http://www.alleria.com/?q=blog/caerydd/ ... ng_machine

All those just for starters >>

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Sat Feb 10, 2007 2:49 am Post

I have firefox installed for when I want to use some of the extensions (yay webdeveloper!) but for my daily use I use Camino. It has the cookie-blocking and pop-up blocking built in, and the CamiTools extension has FlashBlock and a bunch of other ad-blocking stuff to make browsing more enjoyable.

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Sat Feb 10, 2007 2:57 am Post

I love how well Firefox integrates the extensions without cluttering the interface too much. My setup is remarkably powerful yet still clean. In all seriousness, I can appreciate Camino's prettiness and grasp of the essentials but I always feel like it's missing something.

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Mon Feb 12, 2007 5:05 am Post

Camino doesn't play nice with Devonthink. :( I hate that Safari always ends up with memory leaks (or whatever the techno-jargon is for slowing then tossing the beachball of death), but I've gotta put everything in DT, or I know a day will come when I'll tear my hair out trying to find some review of a book I hated but which was summed up in a gem of a sentence.

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