Camino 1.1 Beta Out the Door

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Date: Monday, February 26th, 2007, 09:55
Category: News

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The Camino Project has released the first beta of its Camino 1.1 open source web browser for the Mac.
The new version, a 15.1 megabyte download, sports a slew of changes including the following:
-Annoyance Blocking: A new feature that allows the user to disable specified plugins and block Flash animations until they’re clicked on.
-Repaired a scroll bar drawing bug.
-Camino will now offer to restore its previous page should the application quit unexpectedly.
-”Force Reloard” (Command-Shift-R) can force a page’s site icon to be reloaded from the server as well.
-Better interoperability with Quicksilver running in the background.
-More secure functionality with Apple’s Keychain system.
-Improved ad blocking.
Camino requires Mac OS X 10.2 or later, 128 megabytes of RAM and about 50 megabytes of free hard drive space to run. The program is a universal binary and runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel-based hardware.
If you’ve had experience with the new beta, either positive or negative, let us know.


caminologo.jpg
The Camino Project has released the first beta of its Camino 1.1 open source web browser for the Mac.
The new version, a 15.1 megabyte download, sports a slew of changes including the following:
-Annoyance Blocking: A new feature that allows the user to disable specified plugins and block Flash animations until they’re clicked on.
-Repaired a scroll bar drawing bug.
-Camino will now offer to restore its previous page should the application quit unexpectedly.
-”Force Reloard” (Command-Shift-R) can force a page’s site icon to be reloaded from the server as well.
-Better interoperability with Quicksilver running in the background.
-More secure functionality with Apple’s Keychain system.
-Improved ad blocking.
Camino requires Mac OS X 10.2 or later, 128 megabytes of RAM and about 50 megabytes of free hard drive space to run. The program is a universal binary and runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel-based hardware.
If you’ve had experience with the new beta, either positive or negative, let us know.

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