Apple has today released a new update to their popular Safari web browser, which is available by running Software Update on your Mac. It includes a number of bug fixes, as well as stability and compatibility improvements. The download weighs in at 39.3MB.
Below is Apple’s change log for the new release:
Improved stability for webpages with multiple instances of plug-in content
Improved compatibility with webpages with image reflections and transition effects
A fix for an issue that could cause some webpages to print with incorrect layouts
A fix for an issue that could cause content to display incorrectly on webpages with plug-ins
A fix for an issue that could cause a Screen Saver to appear while video is playing in Safari
Improved compatibility with VoiceOver on webpages with text input areas and lists with selectable items
Improved stability when using VoiceOver
The last update for Safari, version 5.0.3, was released last November, and included bug fixes and security updates. The last major update to the Safari Web browser came last June, when Apple released Safari 5, which included a 30 percent performance increase, the addition of Bing search, and secure sandboxed extensions.