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Path 1.5 adds RSS detection

Camino is an open source web browser that uses Mozilla’s Gecko engine. Camino has been specially designed for Mac OS X unlike the popular FireFox web browser.

Version 1.5 of Camino incorporates support for the Mac OS X spell checker, the “Save Session” feature that remembers the web pages that were being visited at the time of exiting the program, loading them automatically the next time the program is started. browser, and an improved pop-up window detector.

Support has also been added for content providers through RSS and Atom, now showing an icon in the location bar through which you can find out the availability of this type of information in the place visited. Tabbed browsing has also been improved.

The system requirements are Mac OS X 10.3 or later and 50 MB of free hard disk space. Path is a Universal binary.

Web: www.caminobrowser.org