iCab Favicons
iCab Favicons
1.2.1

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iCab Favicons free download for Mac

iCab Favicons

1.2.1
09 March 2010

Disable or enable iCab 4.2.5 bookmark favicons.

Overview

iCab Favicons allows you to disable or enable iCab 4 bookmark favicons. This may prove to be useful as this function is not available in iCab. To clean your bookmarks of favicons, simply export them to your Desktop. Next, delete the bookmarks from iCab's Bookmark Manager (Command-Shift-B) and then import the bookmark file from your Desktop. Since this script can toggle the state of the favicons, you can enable them for sites where you want the favicons and disable them for other sites.

What's new in iCab Favicons

Version 1.2.1:
  • Fixed a minor bug.

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2 iCab Favicons Reviews

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Kono
25 January 2009

Most helpful

Clear, cool, thanks!
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Version 1.1
Fyreflye
26 January 2009
A question out of genuine curiosity from a former iCab fan: what are the reasons for someone not using OS 9 or earlier to prefer iCab over all the other (mostly free) Mac browsers?
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Version 1.1
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Infinity-Data-Systems
Infinity-Data-Systems
26 January 2009
I know it ties with Camino as my favorite. Its by far the most feature complete browser on OS X, even beating OmniWeb IMHO. And now that iCab 4 uses WebKit, its screaming fast. Technically, it should be on par with Safari, in terms of speed. But in my tests, it's actually a bit faster.
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Version 1.1
Which-Button-Is-The-Any-Key?
Which-Button-Is-The-Any-Key?
09 March 2010
Safari* doesn't let me to add neither comments, keyword and less labels to my bookmarks. That alone makes iCab worth the license fee to me. But then I get the form manager, the filter manager, the ability to download files from youtube without any 3rd. party plug-in/app willing to break compatibility with the blink of an eye and many other features that come as standard so they work right out of the box. Sure, Safari UI is top-notch but I got tired of searching left to right for the needed add-ons to accomplish what I asked it to do. Since iCab moved to WebKit I didn't need to look any further. * I despise Firefox and Camino is not the lightweight it used to be, 3.6x the size (MB) of iCab for god's sake.
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Version 1.2.1
Kono
25 January 2009
Clear, cool, thanks!
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Version 1.1
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 64
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later

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