The Mac OS X-native Web browser Chimera has been updated to version 0.6. Still technically in beta development, the new version has been improved enough that Chimera’s developers recommend that users of 0.5 update to the latest version.
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Developed using Mac OS X’s Cocoa framework, Chimera is a Web browser based on the Gecko layout engine developed by The Mozilla Organization. It’s designed to be small and fast, and it’s free to download and use.
The major new improvement in Chimera 0.6 is the ability to save Web site passwords using the system Keychain feature. Other new features include “Bigger Text/Smaller Text” and “Add Bookmark” toolbar buttons, support for contextual menus on tabs, search page preference, Talkback (which reports data about crashes) and more.
Numerous bug fixes have been made, and various issues still exist, so please read the Web site for Release Notes and other documentation for details.