Safari 3.1 is out. This update makes a couple of big changes. First, Safari for Windows is now out of beta. Second, it brings Windows, Mac (Tiger & Leopard) builds into true sync… oh, and by sync, I mean they’re all much faster and in parity with one-another.
I’ve been testing Safari 3.1 since it was first handed to me, and it’s one of the rare betas that I have deployed onto the full production environment. Every system has benefited from it, and Windows now defaults to Safari as my browser on all systems.
And no, Safari 3.1 does not fix the long-standing bug with posting on WordPress. However, TinyMCE, the underlying WordPress component causing the issue, has been updated… and the fix should be deployed for WordPress 2.5. Speaking of WordPress, I’m going to try to have the new look for the site deployed next week… this buggy interface has made posting images difficult.