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J E F F
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Re: [OS X] Chrome glitches after upgrade to 10.8

said by Mike:

Even though Safari is Webkit like Chrome, it's pretty suck. Too slow of a release cycle but I like the iCloud integration Safari keeps.

Useful on the iPod...not sure what benefit it is for Safari, unless I missed something.
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said by J E F F:

said by Mike:

Even though Safari is Webkit like Chrome, it's pretty suck. Too slow of a release cycle but I like the iCloud integration Safari keeps.

Useful on the iPod...not sure what benefit it is for Safari, unless I missed something.

Hand gestures with The Magic Trackpad would be a good reason ...
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J E F F
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said by not quite right:

said by J E F F:

said by Mike:

Even though Safari is Webkit like Chrome, it's pretty suck. Too slow of a release cycle but I like the iCloud integration Safari keeps.

Useful on the iPod...not sure what benefit it is for Safari, unless I missed something.

Hand gestures with The Magic Trackpad would be a good reason ...

I meant the iCloud feature on safari. It's supposed to be self explanatory, but it doesn't seem to work for me. All devices sign under same account, and I can have something opened on the iPad or iPhone, and iCloud on MacBook Air is empty. Always. Safari is "checked" under iCloud preferences on all devices, including MacBook Air.
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