There are several things that can make you consider using Safari as your Leopard web browser. Let's take a look at them.
Webclip is newly released tool for Safari. With Webclip, you can pick portion of your favorite web pages as an new Dashboard widget. Webclip is located next to the reload button.
I have taken the snapshot for illustrating how the webclip can benefit us. In picture, you will see that I've three widgets for my dashboard, the clock, web browser game, and Hot in Apple upcoming stories on Digg. Therefore, I can monitor the upcoming stories as well as the development of my village in browser game. This is just an example, you don't have to take it seriously.
Gaining RSS Feeds of certain website using Safari is easier than ever now. Safari provides us with RSS button, which is located at the rightmost of the address bar, and it's easy to use.
Bookmarks Bar, which is other handy stuff in Safari, can help you create new bookmark in instant and also can help you refer back to your bookmarks really quick. You will have your top 9 bookmarks assigned to shortcut from Command-1 to Command-9 which will be a great help for you.
Unfortunately, Safari still got a few display issues.
Safari's Standard Font, that can be set inside Safari ▸ Preferences ▸ Appearance, sometimes can ruin the whole display because Safari renders the webpage using this user-defined font, which overwrites the original CSS.
Safari Option Bar cannot work properly in some webpages, such as the sorting feature of Digg.
Perhaps this is Flash compatibility, somehow I cannot manage to use the Share feature of Digg using Safari.
I hope that there will be immediate solution for these issues.
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