Presenting Macfox. A customized version of Firefox tailored specifically to feel like a Mac application. What does Macfox have that's not in Firefox 2.0?
- A Mac-friendly user interface.
- When you open a page, the progress is seen in the URL bar, like in Safari.
- Combined Stop/Refresh button, again, like Safari.
- A theme that's very similar to Safari.
- Webpages have Aqua controls, as opposed to Windows Classic-style controls.
Macfox 0.1 (DMG, Universal Binary).
Macfox 0.1 requires a G4 processor or higher (The next version will work on a G3), and Mac OS X v10.3.9 or higher.
Why am I doing this? Simple. I like Safari's simple and easy-to-use user interface, however, recently, I've come across several websites which simply do not work right in Safari. For example, searches on Fanfiction.net don't show up at all. And YouTube crashes Safari whenever I try to upload a video. This way, I can have the best of both worlds.