A funny thing happened to me recently, on the way to this forum:
Until a short time ago, i contentedly used Safari (4.0.5) as my Web browser. Then one day, i noticed that something had disappeared: the little arrow up in the left-hand corner, which allowed me to go back, or forward, a page (I don’t know if it’s got a special name). This loss made moving about inside wordorigins (or any other website) very cumbersome: i was opening and closing new windows all the time. I have switched to Firefox (3.6.5), which does have this little arrow, and so far seems just as easy to use as Safari (not that I do anything at all complicated with either). Did something happen to Safari, or is this some screw-up which I myself have committed (it wouldn’t be the first, by a long chalk)?
The only drawback I’ve noticed about changing to Firefox, is that Safari used to let me stay logged in to wordorigins for days, even weeks, on end, whereas using Firefox, I am required to log in anew every time I visit the site, whether I log out on leaving it, or no.