September 08, 2003
A few weeks ago my wife's copy of Camino became unstable and she was forced to use Mozilla Firebird instead. About two weeks ago I tackled this problem one more time. I stumbled across instructions on the Camino web site detailing how to remove Camino entirely from your hard drive. They are as follows:
Uninstall( hidden just above the documentation link )
To get rid of all the files that Camino created, do the following:
( a ) Drag the Camino icon to the trash
( b ) Drag the
Since we already had exported her bookmarks I deleted the files in question.
Then, I downloaded version 0.7 (still the current version) and installed it. Everything works fine once again.
Hopefully someday soon we'll see a 0.8, or 0.9 release and then a 1.0 version of this fine browser.