Apple updates Safari, Java
Apple has up-to-date Safari, its Mac-only Web-browser, to version 1.2.
The organization has additionally launched Java 1.4.2. Both of them are available through Software Update.
Apple has launched Safari 1.2 to designers a week ago synchronised to that particular distribution of then-beta software, the organization also launched a beta Panther update, version 10.3.3. This update isn’t yet on general release.
“This update offers enhanced application stability, full keyboard access for moving Webpages, and the opportunity to resume interrupted downloads,” Apple stated.
Notes about this update launched to designers demonstrate that Safari 1.2 introduces numerous significant enhancements as well as an extension from the Tabs-based features introduced in version 1.1.1. Safari browsers are now able to make use of the Tab button to maneuver between form elements, for example buttons, checkboxes and submit buttons. Additionally, it offers customers the choice to activate/deactivate an element that allows them Tab to hyperlinks on the Web site.
Additional enhancements have an enhanced download manager able to resuming incomplete downloads support for custom cursors and the ability to view the length of a picture.
The business’s notes state that the Java update: “Provides support for Sun’s Java 1.4.2 APIs, and includes enhancements to drawing performance and stability for Java programs and Java applets.”
Java 1.4.2 is really a 29.4MB update while Safari weighs in at in at 7.7MB.