Unfortunately, during the course of tests carried out, with some reference sites, Chimera is still sensitive to the most sophisticated HTML pages. Programming that deviates from the standard code continues to put it in crisis by closing it unexpectedly, and in spite of what the author claims, who claims to have worked a lot on the stability side. The speed of rendering the pages between higher, competing almost on par with the Mozilla missile. For some anomalous reason, then, the bookmark import operation, which before was successful, now encounters insurmountable difficulties, not actually being carried out by the program.
Probably terrified by the costs of managing the web spaces on "dot mac", the project managers thought of moving the more than 7 MB of the software from the iDisk where it previously resided, to the Mozilla Organization's FTP servers, and from there it can be taken.
The enthusiasm created around this browser, so high as to have concentrated opinions and discussions in an electronic round table: "Chimera Board" which collects announcements on new releases, bugfixes and patches, valuable indications.
A lean, clean and efficient browser: will version 1.0 be a promise or a chimera?