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January 20, 2003

Computer Notes

Do I ever get to blog about anything else?

A new version of Kung-Log is out, “rewritten from the ground up in pure Cocoa.” Lots of yummy new feature, like syntax-colouring, a customizable “HTML Tags” menu, …

Dave Hyatt’s got Safari’s :hover code working, so the popup RSS Feeds in my Blogroll will work in the next version of Safari, too. They’ve squashed an impressive number of CSS bugs. And they have the rudiments of an XML parser going. Who knows! Safari may even support MathML someday!

Posted by distler at January 20, 2003 12:48 PM

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