Weekly Browsers Recap, September 7th

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Weekly Browsers Recap, September 7th


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  • Daniel Hendrycks

    Response to “the missing pieces”

    Opera 10 would be a very long time away then. Although I do want the things he suggests…

  • Nick

    oh yes

  • Foo

    When they said “Single Sign-on” I thought they meant something like this:
    http://labs.mozilla.com/blog/2009/05/identity-in-the-browser/

    The thing they’re talking about in the article sounds just like what they already have available where it’s enough to just sign in to one of their services to at the same time become ‘signed in’ to the rest.

    Also, speaking of Dragonfly missing features, Firebug has added the ability to inspect XML formatted data under the Net tab in addition to the already existing JSON inspector.

  • nobody

    dragonfly has no features :/ simple as that, it cant be used for anything serious, and even simple tasks like quickly editing css are almost impossible.. forget about dragonfly, it isnt there, yet.

  • http://www.pallab.net Pallab

    Thanks for linking to my article (Opera 10: Missing Pieces).