Camino 1.6.4 Released

By | September 24, 2008 | 2 Comments


Camino 1.6.4 ReleasedA new version of Camino web browser is now released. The following release includes few changes such as improved-asblocking and Mozilla Gecko rendering engine upgrade.

Changelog:

Upgraded to version 1.8.1.17 of the Mozilla Gecko rendering engine, which includes several critical security and stability fixes.
Camino again displays expiration dates for Certificate Authorities in the Certificates window.
Camino no longer reads OmniWeb’s “password not saved” markers in the Keychain as valid accounts.
Improved ad-blocking.

Download Camino 1.6.4 (English)
Download Camino 1.6.4 (Multilingual)


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  • Torbjørn Lunde

    What’s the point with Camino when Firefox 3 actually does integrate (fairly well) into OS X?

    There’s even a Camino skin.

  • webterractive

    I actually like Camino’s integration into Mac OS X Firefox looks sort of alright but still gives the illusion that it doesn’t fit. Problem with Firefox is that it was developed to run against Internet Explorer on the Windows platform this is why the browser looks great on Windows. But on Linux and OS X the browser still lacks polish and integrity. Camino is a good project because it incorporates the Aqua UI into the browsers controls but the only drawback is that you need to wait longer than Firefox users to get the latest GRE (1.9) as it’s using 1.8.xx right now, so not all pages are rendering correctly they display minor problems with controls and buttons.