Safari Light
Safari Light
1.0

3.2

Safari Light free download for Mac

Safari Light

1.0
28 July 2005

Web browser for your Dashboard.

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[ Via Apple.com ] Web browser for your Dashboard.

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Anonymous
28 July 2005

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I would guess this would be ideal for people who don't often have their web browsers open... but who doesn't? I think its a little over doing things.
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Anonymous
01 August 2005
Comment by supernitin ".... I think we are missing the point of widgets." Because there is really no point of widgets. So it is really hard to miss...
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Anonymous
30 July 2005
Actually, I maintain a certain penchant towards entities of the category 'because we can' . . .
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Anonymous
29 July 2005
I'm trying to think of a circumstance where it would be more convienient to use dashboard to surf a page... nope can't think of one.
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Anonymous
30 July 2005
I've only just tried this. For me it looks useful for keeping an eye on a web page which keeps an eye on the network we are responsible for. I don't have to move to Safari from the application I am using to check its status, I can just F12.
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Anonymous
29 July 2005
It would be awsome if we had widgets for every single programs (iTunes, Web Browser, Garage Band, etc.). That way I won't need my actual desktop which would make...absolutely no sense! I think we are missing the point of widgets.
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Anonymous
29 July 2005
Perhaps. If you evaluate value as being a subjective function of features / price, then it is reasonable for a price of $0 gets a value score of 5, and for anything that costs money to have to work harder.
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Anonymous
29 July 2005
This is really useful to watch tutorials on. Because you don't have to drag the Program away, and start Safari... just hit F12 :) There are some things that you could add... like a mouse-scroll function. I also noticed that the scrollbar didn't worked... maybe you could fix that in a next version?
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Anonymous
30 July 2005
Actually...i agree with you there. hadn't thought of that one. i used to have a hella-hard time back in the os9 days when trying to use Photoshop and use online tuts. drove me crazy. although that still limits it's appeal to a limited audience. so it exists, but it probably won't win any "widget of the year" awards.
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Anonymous
29 July 2005
Does it have a popup blocker? :D Seriously though, at least you can spell "Light" correctly. It's a bit generic though. You could have made a Quicktime Trailers widget or something...
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Anonymous
29 July 2005
An answer to the question no one asked. The guy obviously has talent, so put it towards something useful.
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Anonymous
29 July 2005
rumor has it, tomorrow Adobe will release a widget called 'Photoshop Sub-Elements', doing away with the necessity to open Photoshop ever again (except for really big, uh, projects ...)--
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Anonymous
29 July 2005
I too am wondering how much ram this takes.
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