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WebDesktop 2.0 use Apple WebKit
Steven Frank has released WebDesktop 2.0, an update to his freeware application that layers a fully-functional web browser right over your desktop. The update uses Apple's WebKit, which "means that now pages in WebDesktop look exactly the same as they do in Safari, including fancy things like animated GIFs and Flash. Even keyboard input in forms is now supported. The periodic auto-refresh is still supported, so you can stay on top of news, sports scores, stocks, or whatever you're into." It requires Safari 1.0 and Mac OS X 10.2.
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