Two things I need from a Safari

As I surf the jungles of the world, I find myself needing two things my current host is not supplying.

First off, and most importantly, is Keychain passwords. Not just realm passwords, but forms as well. Chimera does this wonderfully and I was told at MacWorld Expo that Apple is considering this as well. I surely hope so, because I doubt I’ll take on a new Safari as long as Chimera is the only browser making my life easier.

Secondly is tabs. I know, some people love them, some people hate them. I sure hope they don’t listen to the drawer based approaches listed on the Chimera mailing list.

I love being able to select one bookmark and suddenly have one window with 6 tabs covering all of my developer pages. click click and I am jumping around much documentation while I code. That makes my life easier!

Safari looks great, I love Dave Hyatt’s blog, open source and Apple commitment. As soon as Safari supports keychain passwords, I’ll probably switch, and anxiously await tabs.