Tagged: safari


I previously wrote about Tredosoft’s Multiple IE, which is great for testing my web development in legacy versions of Internet Explorer. Today I came across Multi-Safari and just installed Safari 2.0.4, which is the latest non-beta version of Safari on most Mac’s running Tiger. I’ve been running the Safari 3 Beta for quite sometime and I don’t want to have to uninstall it everytime I need to check compatibility in Safari 2 for projects. This will save me a lot of time and allow me to continue running the Safari 3 Beta, check it out if you have a chance, Multi-Safari. (via cameronmoll.com)


I think that Steve Smith pretty much summed up my opinions, why should I switch from Firefox or Safari if I’m happy with their performance?

Inquisitor Instant Search Beta

I have been using Inquisitor in Safari for quite sometime and enjoy its slick interface and ease of use. Recently, info was released regarding its next incarnation, Inquisitor 2.0 which looks very promising. I must say that the Inquisitor Instant Search Beta is an online version of the same search interface, working on any platform. Built on the same technology that powers Google Suggest with some AJAX goodness, should prove to be an interesting experiment.