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Originally Posted by stokessd View Post

Safari has them in some form, but plugins like adblock pro, flashblock, and noscript are key to me using the browser.

Frankly with the limited bandwidth and processor of the iPhone, something like adblock is even more important there. No I do NOT want to punch the monkey...

Sheldon

You won't have to punch the monkey because iPhone has the best adblocker ever, no Flash support.
post #42 of 45
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Originally Posted by kim kap sol View Post

You won't have to punch the monkey because iPhone has the best adblocker ever, no Flash support.

Most ads aren't flash.
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post #43 of 45
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Originally Posted by Ireland View Post

Most ads aren't flash.

o rly

There are some plain HTML ads but those ads are much less annoying and CPU-hungry than the Flash ads.

But even this plain 'Wacom' ad that I'm looking at right now with no animation is Flash. Can you imagine?
post #44 of 45
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Originally Posted by Chucker View Post

WebKit builds have been > 14 MB starting with r27031 on 2007-10-25, when Leopard (in addition to Tiger) was included.

Why would a browser engine would need more code to work with a new OS? Would that be the work of Safari, not WebKit? I recall using WebKit nightly builds prior to the official release of Leopard.
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post #45 of 45
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Originally Posted by solipsism View Post

Why would a browser engine would need more code to work with a new OS? Would that be the work of Safari, not WebKit? I recall using WebKit nightly builds prior to the official release of Leopard.

Because nightlies starting from that day ship for both Tiger and Safari. There are two (slightly) different versions of the frameworks in them.

Not more code, just the same code compiled with different dependencies and optimizations.
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