Safari Beta 3.0.1 for Windows

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.)


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 ;-)