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December 21, 2009

Movable Type Monday: jQuery Comments, Asset Listings, Safari Support, and More

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Happy Monday, folks! Things seem to be a bit slow in the Movable Type community right now. I think it’s a combination of the holidays and impending release of MT5. Still, we’ve got a few news items to tell you about.

Mike from Code Monkey Ramblings has forked Byrne Reese’s jQuery Comment plugin. This doesn’t seem to be a radical departure from the original. Instead, Mike has concentrated on small tweaks that improve the plugin and extend its compatibility with existing themes. read more

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March 12, 2009

Zemanta rolls out service to Safari and Chrome users

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Zemanta logoZemanta, which Jonathan picked up on last year in his five sources for free and legal images feature, has just announced that its technology is now available for both Safari and Chrome.

This means that users who’ve elected not to use Firefox or Internet Explorer can now have access to Zemanta’s content searching and sharing services. read more

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August 27, 2008

Google Gears Comes to Safari

Google Gears, the extension that lets you use certain webapps offline, and speed up others, is finally coming to the Safari web browser. Unfortunately, it is just available for the OS X version of the browser at this time, but then again I’d reckon the majority of Safari users are on the Mac platform anyway. The Apple Blog investigates things like where the cache files are stored and things like that, if you’re interested.

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