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Topic # 62487 8-Jun-2010 14:11
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It just showed up on the Apple Software Updater

http://www.apple.com/nz/safari/download/





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  Reply # 339372 8-Jun-2010 14:18
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Hmmmm, nice!!

Wonder why it didn't get a mention at WWDC though?




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  Reply # 339373 8-Jun-2010 14:18
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It did. There was a Safari presentation shortly after the keynote.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 339375 8-Jun-2010 14:20
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Oh, I went back to bed after the keynote so I take that back then!




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  Reply # 339403 8-Jun-2010 15:31
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Why would I want Bing search? I find it useless. I assume it will be possible to customise the way you can in firefox?

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  Reply # 339413 8-Jun-2010 16:02
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You're not forced to use Bing; Google and Yahoo are still options.

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  Reply # 339414 8-Jun-2010 16:03
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That's ok then. I just couldn't find where it said that & have to wait till I'm at uni next before I can update and find out for myself.

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