[thelist] Safari on Windows

Jon Hughes hughesj at firemtn.com
Tue Jun 12 11:09:33 CDT 2007

Well, you could install Konqueror on windows.  They[Safari] use the same
rendering engine, so (in theory) they should show up exactly the same,
aside from UI elements.


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[mailto:thelist-bounces at lists.evolt.org] On Behalf Of Lee Kowalkowski
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On 12/06/07, Jason Handby <jason.handby at corestar.co.uk> wrote:
> Just out of curiosity... Can anyone suggest why on earth Apple think
> this is a good idea? Do they not think that, between the ubiquitous
> Internet Explorer and the free Firefox, the browser market on the PC
> pretty much sewn up? And if there's anything they would like the PC
> browser to do that IE and Firefox don't do, what's wrong with plugins
> something?
> I'm finding this very puzzling. But then I'm not an Apple expert.

Perhaps the legions of Windows-only developers that complain it's
inconvenient to test their software on Safari.

Not sure that testing on Windows/Safari means one doesn't need to test
on Mac/Safari though, soon find out.


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