The new version of Safari (1.1) is the only browser that supports the text-shadow CSS property (as demoed here courtesy of whatdoiknow.org). This is a great example of a property that will degrade gracefully on browsers that don’t support it; Safari users will get nicely rendered text with the shadow effect while other browser users will just see the nicely rendered text.
It’s good to see Safari progressing by including previously unsupported properties like this, however, there is a problem: Safari 1.1 is not available for Jaguar. Ian Lloyd at The Web Standards Project thinks this is a big issue:
I don’t think the situation is quite as bad as Ian is suggesting and I’m expecting Safari 1.1 for Jaguar to be released once the dust has settled on the Panther launch. If this doesn’t happen however, I’d be pretty disappointed with Apple.