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Section A.2. Camino

A.2. Camino

Mozilla and Firefox are great browsers for Mac OS X, but they suffer from a similar problem: neither is a native Mac OS X application from the ground up, so neither is built using the native Cocoa user interface. For Mac users, Cocoa apps tend to be slicker and more polished, and they act more like standard Mac OS programs. With this lack in mind, the Mozilla Project hosts Camino (formerly Chimera), a web browser that is essentially the Gecko rendering engine found in Mozilla and Firefox, but with an interface built using Cocoa. The idea is to have all the power, standards compliance, and compatibility of Firefox, but with the elegance that Mac users expect from their programs. You can see the results in [click here].



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