Thursday, March 01, 2007


I'm off up to visit my parents in the Highlands this weekend, so here's a game to keep you going in my gut-wrenching absence. Remove sticks but keep the star above the line.

Later, dudes.



Blogger Jenny said...

Which browser do you use, out of curiosity?

12:18 am  
Blogger swishfish said...

I'm a Firefox man. I use a PC at work and Mac at home, so it gives me consistency (amazingly, my company uses Firefox over IE even though we are on an XP network). As a tabbed browsing fan, Firefox does it better than all the rest. I hate IE and Safari never grabbed me (the brushed metal look is really terrible, and will hopefully be gone soon).

8:23 am  
Blogger Jenny said...

I mainly use Safari, although I have six browsers on my computer, so obviously I'm not married to it. Something I really like on Safari is that if you're not sure of a word (whether it's spelled correctly or what its meaning is), you can right click and use Mac's Dictionary. I actually use this function a lot.

BUT! Safari has been performing horribly lately and I think I need to abandon it as my main browser. All of my other browsers (except IE, which I have solely to test website design) are tabbed browsers, which is essential, but last night I decided to switch to Camino for a time, but it doesn't have the Dictionary in the contextual menu, nor could I find an extension to get it on there. I used to use Firefox when I used a PC at work and was quite pleased with it, but think it's a bit clumsy on OSX. (I do, however, use it about once a week to check in to my Yahoo Fantasy Sports because it remembers the page when I quit the program.)

Do you know if there's an extension I could get for either program to get the Dictionary program functional in the contextual menu?

1:55 pm  
Blogger swishfish said...

I'm not sure about the dictionary extension, but did you know that you can download a version of Firefox tailored to the specific processor in your Mac?

2:04 pm  

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