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The Little Things: Drag and drop

TUAW reader Chris Roberts was right: it's been far too long since our last post in The Little Things series, so I figured I'd pick up the slack with a really handy feature of Mac OS X: drag and drop. Sure, most OSes these days can drag and drop at least some things, but Apple has gone to great...

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Found Footage: Google Tech Talk on Camino

Over at the Office Google Mac Blog, Mike Pinkerton, Google Mac Team Software Engineer, just announced a Google Tech Talk he gave back in January. Now the reason this is of interest is that Pinkerton also just happens to be the project lead for the Camino web browser and the talk he gave (as part of...

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Camino 1.1b - Now With Session Saving Built In

The hard working folks behind Camino have released Camino 1.1 beta to an eager world. The most important change since alpha 2 is an integrated restore pages feature as you see above. Although it was previously possible to get a plugin to do this called CaminoSession (as we mentioned earlier), it's...

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Correo 0.1

Correo is an open source mail app that aims to blend Camino with Thunderbird to create the best darn OS X email client out there. This 0.1 isn't exactly feature rich, but you can't expect lots of features from a 0.1 release. At the moment you can check both IMAP and POP email accounts, send email...

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CaminoSession - Session Saving for Camino

We just let you know about a session saver for Safari called Forget Me Not, and now I'm happy to find a similar utility for Camino. At this point in my internet life session saving is an absolute must for me, and the lack of it was a huge strike against Camino in my book (despite its being favored...

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Camino 1.1 Alpha 1

Camino has long been my browser of choice, and it is just getting better and better. Camino 1.1 Alpha 1 gives us a taste of Camino's future today. Before I go on, I would like to point out that this isn't even a Beta yet, it is an Alpha. There are bound to be lots of bugs, so if the thought of a...

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Camino build optimized for Intel

For Intel Mac users who are just ga-ga for Camino, a helpful MozillaZine Forums user by the name of heronstalker has posted a build of Camino optimized for Intel Macs - but only for Intel Macs. This is not a Universal Binary, it's a... Singular Binary, er something. I ran my old 'n busted copy of...

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Good icons? You're soaking in it.

Giles Turnbull is pondering icons, more specifically what makes a good one. This is an interesting question since most of us spend a good deal of our time staring that this little masterpieces (unless you're one of those freaks who auto-hides the Dock). Giles lists a few icons that he likes...

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OS X Browser lineup

The Apple Blog has a nice overview of the multitude of web browsers that are available our favorite OS (that's OS X, folks). Why? Because the nice people at TAB want to help you decide which browser is right for you. For my money Camino is the best browser out there for OS X; it has the engine of...

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OS X browser test, fourth edition

After reading this article, I'm simply giddy with self-righteous indignation for all the people who have ever told me I was silly for paying money for a browser. The guys over at macintalk have revived their popular Macintosh browser shootout and re-tested all of the competitors using the latest...

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CamiScript 4.0

CamiScript, the script menu plugin for Camino, has been updated to version 4.0. This isn't quite a landmark release that enables Camino to fly around your room or tell you the future (besides, some day, the latter will be Google's job), but this new version does bring one big handy new feature: the...

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Camino 1.0.2

Attention Camino users, version 1.0.2 of the most Mac like browser based on the Mozilla codebase has been released. This update is recommend for all Camino users since it fixes several security flaws, as well as fixes some rendering problems with Apple.com. Camino is my browser of choice on OS X,...

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Dashcode and the art of icons

I'm a sucker for a good icon story (what can I say, I'm a geek). Here's a little story that uses Apple's icon for DashCode and its similarity to an unreleased widget IDE as a starting point to talk about how one makes a great icon. Fascinating read (and yes, the author's first language isn't...

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Inquisitor goes web-based

Inquisitor, the Safari and Camino plug-in that brings Spotlight to searching the web, has been ported to a web-based search engine. Upon entering a search into its pleasantly minimal interface, you will be presented with a list of search recommendations and a variety of search engines to focus on,...

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How Camino's icon came to be

I'm a sucker for good icons and good typography. This might have something to do with my bookish leanings, but be that as it may Mac applications sport some of the best icons around. I have long enjoyed Camino's icon, and now Jasper Hauser shares with us the story behind the icon (that sounds like...

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