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GrowlCamino is a plugin for the Camino Web browser that posts Growl notifications at useful moments. It provides a convenient Growl-based replacement for Camino's Downloads window and popup blocker.

What's New

Version 1.71 beta: Fix OS version check in installer and corrects some problems with duplicate notifications (and switches off Camino's rather limited built-in Growl support).

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.5, Camino 2.0, Growl.

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rspeed Member IconReview+82
rspeed
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Would it be possible to modify this to use SIMBL? It seems wasteful to have Input Managers which are only used in one application. Works as advertised.

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Version 1.3b2
davedit Member IconReview+0
davedit
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Another much needed function of Camino. Not only does it add Growl support, but it also provides additional tweaking of Camino's behavior that is not available in the standard preferences. Great.

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Version 0.98
gcoghill Member IconReview+218
gcoghill
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Awesome.

The only thing missing for me in Camino was Growl support, and now it's here (OK, Safari's AutoFill was missed, but 1Passwd is far beyond the AutoFill in any browser).

The ability to open the Downloads window and/or the file from the Growl bezels is cool as well, although I am curious how one dismisses those bezels without performing the action.

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Version 0.97
beniamino38 (Developer)
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Thanks for your review! You can change whether GrowlCamino's notifications are 'clickable' by going to System Preferences -> Growl -> Applications, selecting GrowlCamino, and toggling the 'Click' box on the right.

gcoghill
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I guess I should have been clearer:

Growl has an option for bezels to be sticky after inactivity, so clicking them to dismiss would execute the actions. Or if you had them all set to sticky, then dismissing them would execute the action, correct? Maybe I am not clear on how that works.

Awesome nonetheless, just nitpicking :^)

And thanks for making this available.

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Downloads 9,155
Version Downloads 1,676
License Free
Date 12 Mar 2009
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price Free