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I'm currently using Safari 5.2. It's definitely got some improvements too it and is very fast. With the addition to the Omnibar it makes it very smooth to search and use the URL at the same time.
Are you a dev and running Mountain Lion? I Know a Dev with ML and it has Safari 5.2 and it's nice. The Memory Leak issue is gone in the brief tests I was able to give it and it just flys.
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I'm currently using Safari 5.2. It's definitely got some improvements too it and is very fast. With the addition to the Omnibar it makes it very smooth to search and use the URL at the same time.
Nice to see Safari catching up with Chrome and Opera.

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Are you a dev and running Mountain Lion? I Know a Dev with ML and it has Safari 5.2 and it's nice. The Memory Leak issue is gone in the brief tests I was able to give it and it just flys.
If they've fixed the leak there, I wonder if the fix can be brought back to the 5.1.x releases.

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Nice to see Safari catching up with Chrome and Opera.

If they've fixed the leak there, I wonder if the fix can be brought back to the 5.1.x releases.
Will the brainwashing ever end... Glad they've got an update out - now I have to go to Starbucks so it won't take 4 hours to download.
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Will the brainwashing ever end... Glad they've got an update out - now I have to go to Starbucks so it won't take 4 hours to download.
No, it will never end.

And, why might you have to go to Starbucks to use their internet? Please do explain.

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If you are under the impression that you can download Safari 5.2, no you can't.

P0ll!ux either broke his NDA big time, or he's a software pirate. Only developers get (or would want) access to Safari 5.2 at the present time and it is obviously not finished or it would be released.
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Only developers get (or would want) access to Safari 5.2 at the present time
I'm not a developer (at least in the professional sense) and I'd like to see how Apple has improved Safari (and no, not just to see if they've fixed that terrible memory leak).

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Agreed. Safari 5.2 is DEV only at this point in time. I was on the dev team the night safari passed Acid 3. Exciting night for all. They beat Opera by 24 hours!
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They beat Opera by 24 hours!
Blasphemy! Signed, vansmith posting from Opera Next, 12.00 build 1328

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Blasphemy! Signed, vansmith posting from Opera Next, 12.00 build 1328
I still might have the news here somewhere. Opera jumped the gun and said it passed when it did not and they were ordered to retract their statement!

So no Blasphemy at all! Grin

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No, it will never end.

And, why might you have to go to Starbucks to use their internet? Please do explain.
Because...I still don't have internet out here in the boonies...except for the couple of stray bits I can catch once in a while from my very generous neighbor...
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Because...I still don't have internet out here in the boonies...except for the couple of stray bits I can catch once in a while from my very generous neighbor...
For just email and basic surfing I have found Starbucks internet not that bad, but don't try and download Lion or any large update! You will be there till closing!

I hope you can find something or a house soon!
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If you are under the impression that you can download Safari 5.2, no you can't.

P0ll!ux either broke his NDA big time, or he's a software pirate. Only developers get (or would want) access to Safari 5.2 at the present time and it is obviously not finished or it would be released.
I have a DEV account and I didn't post anything that you couldn't find around the blog o sphere.

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