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OmniWeb is now based on the WebKit stability branch roughly equivalent to the version used by Safari 3.0. (Updating to the version of WebKit in use by Safari 3.1 is in the works.)
Any idea when this will happen? Hopefully before Safari 3.2?
 
If I were a betting man, I would say sneaky peeks should appear sometime in the next two weeks.
 
We're just trying to work out the last couple details before we begin posting them.
 
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Quoting the spam just helps the spammer.
 
2 weeks are over :o(
 
I assume that implementing the "Squirrelfish" JS interpreter will be a further update on top of the move to the 3.1 interpreter?
 
Patience, I guess it's a good thing I'm not a betting man!
 
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I assume that implementing the "Squirrelfish" JS interpreter will be a further update on top of the move to the 3.1 interpreter?
Yes, this is not a stable feature yet and wont be going into 5.8
 
How about the editable web inspector?
 
 


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