iCab has been updated to
for both the traditional Mac operating system and Mac OS X.
In the Mac OS X version, all user interface elements now use the real system font of Mac OS X instead of the standard “thin” and “ugly” font that Carbon applications will normally get. Most dialog boxes are modified so that they’re more Aqua-like and dialogs boxes with a large number of options now use tabs to organize the options
Under Mac OS X, iCab will now display the whole Hotlist in the Hotlist window. (Under older versions of the Mac operating system, there’s a limit in the number of submenus that can be used in an app). When zooming/opening windows under Mac OS X, iCab will now respect the size and position of the dock so that windows won’t be hidden by the Dock anymore. Also, there’s now a menu item “minimize” in the window menu to place the current window in the dock
The new scrolling behavior of Mac OS X is now supported. The downside is that you have to restart iCab after changing the settings in the system preferences to see the effect.
In both the Mac OS X and non-OS X versions of the browser, all entries in the favorites toolbar can be rearranged directly in the toolbar. The Hotlist, Download Manager and History windows now use header buttons for their list data that’s compatible to the appearance of the Mac OS. They can be resized, rearranged and reordered by drag & drop. You can also hide all columns that you don’t need.
The entries in the download manager window can be sorted, so you can also reorder the entries manually by drag & drop. The Start button of each entry was removed. To start downloads, just select some entries and click the “Start” button in the toolbar of the Download-Manager
Registered and personalized copies of iCab do now also look for new beta versions when they check for iCab updates. It’s now possible to open a link in a new background window using the contextual menu.