Safari Beta 3.0.1 for Windows: „As you may have heard by now, we released a 3.0.1 version of the Safari 3 Beta. This version includes fixes for some Windows-specific security issues.
We’re continuing to monitor feedback on the beta from the web, forums and bug reports. If you have issues to report on the Safari 3 Beta for Windows or Mac OS X, the best things to do are:
We appreciate all your testing and will continue to make Safari and WebKit better.
As a side note, now that Safari for Windows is public, I can let you know that we are looking to hire additional QA and development engineers, particularly with Windows experience. If you’re interested, send a resume to Apple or contact anyone on the Apple Safari/WebKit team directly.“
(Via Surfin‘ Safari.)
Apple schiebt neue Beta mit alten Fehlern von Safari 3 nach: „Der Start von Apples Safari 3 für Windows und MacOS X war mehr als nur peinlich. Wer jetzt glaubt, dass die neue Beta die Kinderkrankheiten behebt, die bisher nur Betatester selbst reparieren konnten, wird jedoch enttäuscht. Immerhin werden jedoch Sicherheitsprobleme beseitigt, so Apple. (Browser, Apple)“
I updated the TYPO3 Quickstart package for Mac OS X to TYPO3 version 4.0.1 (final) to provide the recent updates. You can get the TYPO3 Quickstart package here (ZIP, 83 MB).
I updated the TYPO3 Quickstart package for Mac OS X to TYPO3 version 3.8.1 to provide the recent security fixes. I also updated the underlying XAMPP for Mac OS X package to the latest release (version 0.5). You can get the TYPO3 Quickstart package here (ZIP, 83 MB).
I completely rewrote the installer package for TYPO3 on Mac OS X. I now use XAMPP by the Apache Friends Team for the Webserver. The first release of the Mac installer for TYPO3 3.8.0 is ready for download! Get the installer package ZIP-File, 82 MB.
Finally I installed Tiger. I had the idea to wait until the first update is released, but as there where no complaints about compatibility with my standard apps I did it. One annoying thing I noticed was QuickTime 7 engrosses OpenOffice’s».sxw«-files and assignes them as MPEG-Movies. Also – as many others already wrote – all standard assignments for the default appliocations are gone. The update itself went smoothly and had no negative side effects (so far).
Since I do not use Apple Mail the only application where I have to deal with the new toolbar is NetNewsWire. I guess we all will get used to the new design.
Update: Since OO apparently does not work under Tiger, the mapping of ».sxw«-files to QuickTime Player makes sense ;-)
Nice goodie for OS X users: »Witch« is a replacement app for the built-in Exposé application switcher and displays a list of all available windows for any open application. Makes it easier to cycle through open documents.
A new release of NewsFire is available. Version 0.2 now features an icon – but also problems with German Umlauts in the Feed-List.
For all Mac-users interested in TYPO3 I built an installer [tar gzipped DiskImage, 57 MB]. You can use it on Apple Mac OS X 10.2 and 10.3. It will install PHP, MySQL, ImageMagick, phpMyAdmin and of course TYPO3. Also visit http://typo3.org/1274.html.
Proved once again: Mac users (call us addicts) are a special form of users ;-) See http://www.macminute.com/2003/10/24/panther.