You labeled it more than simply "unfair" in previous posts, but I will accept "unfair" over "libel." To answer your question though, if Agile finds a workaround, that is great for those who use Agile software. And for others who have problems with Safari 5.1, Agile's workaround will not be of help to them. But if all the problems are truly solved for end users, then end users have nothing left but to rejoice. And that is all I have been saying. If the end user's experience improves, that is paramount. I do not feel, however, that "improved security alone" is somehow a ticket to paradise that should make us ignore problems we have with Safari 5.1.
At least we agree on that, hence my own persistence on this topic.
As to your "correction" though, that remains our fundamental disagreement. Your stance is this: "folks, if you have trouble with Safari 5.1, you haven't a right to complain as it was all done in your best interests, in the name of security." Sounds to me like a line the TSA would have us accept. I for one do not accept it. But I suppose some will and others not.
According to your profile, you have submitted to this forum no less than 3 posts per day on average, every single day of the year, for the past 10 years and 4 months. That shows how much time you spend here. That is perhaps neither good nor bad, but it does show you keep your ear on the forum and perhaps get riled rather easily. You and I simply have a fundamental disagreement. That is all. And in the end, such will not bring 100% satisfaction to you or to me.
But as I stated in a previous post in this thread, Mac users are a diverse group. We gripe and complain at times. Such is normal, not libel. I think we can agree to disagree and move on. You are not my enemy. Indeed, I appreciate your thoughts. I simply don't share the same passion as you do for "security."
And now for a bit of light heartedness...