The Mozilla Organization heeft Mozilla Camino, zijn webverkenner voor het Mac OS X-platform, voorzien van de eerste bčtaversie uit de 1.1-serie. Deze webverkenner maakt gebruik van Cocoa voor de user interface en de welbekende Gecko-engine om webpagina's te renderen. Daarnaast beschikt het programma onder andere over tabbed browsing, een popup blocker en een Google-zoekveld. De 1.1-serie bevat een hoop nieuwe mogelijkheden zoals ondersteuning voor de ingebouwde spellingchecker van Mac OS X en het gebruik van wachtwoorden uit Keychain die opgeslagen zijn door Safari. De aankondiging van deze eerste bčtaversie ziet er als volgt uit:
Camino 1.1 Beta:
The following major features have been added to Camino 1.1 Beta and will be in Camino 1.1 when it is released. The full release notes are also available. Note: Some of these features are not yet completely implemented.
In addition, Camino 1.1 Beta includes the following notable bug fixes over Camino 1.1 Alpha 2.
- Privacy & Security: Camino now warns users if the login form on a website differs from the form used when saving the password, and Camino 1.1 Beta also supports Kerberos authentication used in many internal networks.
- Annoyance Blocking: Camino 1.1 Beta can now disable all plugins. This version also includes the ability to block Flash animations until the user clicks on them.
- Session Saving: Camino can now restore tabs and windows that were open before an unexpected quit, and there is also a preference to save a list of all active tabs and windows when the user quits and restore them when launching Camino again.
- Spell-checking: “Learn Spelling” and “Ignore Spelling” now appear in the spell-check context menu.
- Downloading Files: Camino no longer hangs when downloading files to the Desktop with Quicksilver running.
- Pop-up Blocking: Camino 1.1b introduces a new set of options for blocking pop-up windows, allowing users to “Always Allow,” “Always Deny,” “Allow Once,” or simply close the pop-up notification. In addition, the close button on the pop-up blocker is more visible, and the Web Features preference pane now allows users manually to allow or prevent sites from showing pop-up windows.
Camino 1.1 Alpha 2:
The following major features have been added to Camino 1.1 Alpha 2 and will be in Camino 1.1 when it is released. The full release notes are also available. Note: Some of these features are not yet completely implemented.
In addition, Camino 1.1 Alpha 2 includes the following notable bug fixes over Camino 1.1 Alpha 1.
- Keychain Interoperability: Camino can now read passwords stored in the Keychain by Safari and will use Safari passwords if no passwords have been saved for the site by Camino.
- Camino versions older than 1.1a2 will not be able to read passwords modified or created in Camino 1.1a2 or later versions.
- Using “Reset Safari” will delete any passwords saved by Camino 1.1a2 or later that have been used in Safari.
- Window Zooming: The Zoom command now resizes the window to fit the current page’s content instead of making the window full-screen.
- Session Saving: Camino now has a preference to save a list of all active tabs and windows on quit and will periodically save the list while browsing (this feature is not yet exposed in the the user interface).
- Spell-checking: Control-clicking on a misspelled word now selects the word and properly offers spelling suggestions.
- Bookmarks Backup: Camino now makes a backup copy of the bookmarks file on startup if the file is not corrupted and tries to use a backup copy of the bookmarks file if the original bookmarks file appears to be corrupt on startup.
- Bookmarking Single Pages: Camino 1.1a2 fixes an issued introduced in Camino 1.1a1 which sometimes prevented bookmarking single pages.
- Pop-up Blocking: Camino 1.1a2 fixes an issue in Camino 1.1a1 where pop-ups were sometimes blocked without showing the pop-up blocker. In addition, text and buttons in the pop-up blocker now wrap properly in small windows.