iCab 4: Try It, You Might Like It

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Knight
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iCab 4: Try It, You Might Like It

Post by Knight » January 28th, 2008, 11:49 am

iCab has been a Mac-only browser since 1999, and the newest version is definitely worth a try.

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Re: iCab 4: Try It, You Might Like It

Post by Turboladdade » January 28th, 2008, 12:04 pm

The only time I ever used iCab in the past was under classic, and that was rarely at that. I'm not sure that a now WebKit-based iCab is really compelling enough to use instead of Safari, unless it still features the Kiosk mode, which was probably the best feature of old iCab.
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Re: iCab 4: Try It, You Might Like It

Post by monolithtma » January 29th, 2008, 5:36 am

I'm an iCab fan from it's early days, but I use GMail for all of my email and primarily through it's web page. One of my favorite features is the email address auto-completion, which does not work in HTML view, so sadly I can still only use iCab for checking web pages to see if they meet W3C standards.
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