[macvoiceover] Re: Off Topic: Recurring problems with Audible and Safari: problems downloading from library

I actually think of webkit as the backbone, that is, the raw source of safari 
if that makes sense. sometimes things break but they are usually fixed in a few 
nightly builds.

S
On Jul 19, 2010, at 2:19 PM, Ray Foret Jr wrote:

> Well, essentially, No.  Web Kit does not replace Safari.  Think of Web Kit as 
> an alternative browsing engine that controls Safari;  Kind of like buying a 
> car and then going out after the sale and buying and installing a much better 
> after market  engine than the garbage the dealer stuck you with.  Does that 
> help?
> 
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> On Jul 19, 2010, at 2:21 PM, Judy Wilkinson wrote:
> 
>> I've seen a lot of discussion about Webkit. Does it replace Safari?
>> Would aprciate a little more info about how webkit works.
>> Thanks,
>> Judy
>> 
>> On Jul 19, 2010, at 12:02 PM, Suzanne Erb wrote:
>> 
>>> Have you tried using webkit?  Once you have installed it, you should find 
>>> that it is quite possible to download files from your library.  Make sure 
>>> that you are using the webkit safari, not plain safari.  I actually 
>>> downloaded two files at different times, today, and have had no problems.  
>>> Good luck.
>>> Hope this helps,
>>> Suzanne
>>> On Jul 19, 2010, at 2:45 PM, Judy Wilkinson wrote:
>>> 
>>>> For some time my Audible/Safari problem seemed solved, but now once again, 
>>>> VO reloads itself when I try to access audible.com. I use the work around 
>>>> of turning VO off and then loading audible, but I'm having a lot of 
>>>> problems wit the library. I've repeatedly attempted to download from my 
>>>> library; after attempting multiple downloads, I now am trying to download 
>>>> a single file, but the number of bytes downloaded gets stuck and never 
>>>> changes, even though when I try to quit Safari I get the message that a 
>>>> download is in progress.
>>>> 
>>>> I don't know if this is a Safari problem, a problem with my DSL, or what. 
>>>> Any assistance greatly appreciated.
>>>> Judy
>>>> 
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