Posts tagged webkit
As much as I love the new Safari Beta Apple put out recently, there are a few problems which I’d like to point out.
- GrowlMail – As nearly everybody should know by now, the new WebKit kind of breaks the GrowlMail plugin for showing previews of new incoming mails. As a result I uninstalled the plugin and now I’m using Mail.appetizer
- Right click – I’m not entirely sure if this is indeed connected to the new Safari Beta, but since installing it, right clicking in most of my apps results in an application lockup for several seconds to minutes.
- Top Sites – I frequent quite a few online forums and as a result of them showing up in the top sites, I can’t see the “Posts since last visit”, because the sites seem to be loading in the background whenever the Top Sites are visible. So if I don’t click on the sites each and every time, the forums still count it as a visit and I “loose” the newest posts. Now I try to keep my Top Sites free of any online forums. We’ll see if that works out.
- WordPress Visual editor - A very annoying bug prevents me from adding links in WordPress’ visual post editor. The screen dims and the link overlay kind of displays but I can never click anything in it. Only remedy is to close the tab and reload it. I switched back to the HTML Editor on my blog now…
- HTML Access Keys – I can’t use CTRL + S to submit HTML Forms that have the accesskey property set on their inputs. Kinda sucks for me, as I’m a total keyboard shortcut junkie.
That’s it for now, I’ll add to that as I encounter more.
(And yes, I also submitted those bugs to the Apple engineers as any good beta tester should do!)
[update:] There’s a fix for the GrowlMail problem. See comments for details!
…finally! A Greasemonkey replacement for Safari & Shiira (and possibly other WebKit browsers). It allows you to “customize how pages from almost any site are displayed”.
This means with this plug-in it is now possible to hide those annoying ads on Userfriendly or completely re-style your favorite news site.
Take a look at the developers homepage to read more about SurfRabbit. I’ll definitely give it a try now