January 24, 2003

20030124

Some more interesting stuff today.

  • FeedReader import. (Implemented by Victor Sanchez.)

  • Syndirella now shows the count of unread items in each feed.

  • The Spacebar Fix. Now the Space key doesn't move you to the next item when the browser pane has focus and you are not viewing a feed item directly. Thus, you can now easily write comments from within Syndirella. :-) The shortcut for "Next unread item" that works all the time is Ctrl-Space.

  • The "Updated" status of items was not cleared properly when "Mark as read" was selected for a feed.

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Posted by yole at January 24, 2003 10:23 AM | TrackBack
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I can't import my subscriptions.xml, it fails with a dialog that says:

"Error importing FeedReader configuration: could not find a part of the path "c:\documents and settings\blah blah".

My subscriptions.xml is where the error dialog says it is.

Any idea what's going on? Could I point Syndirella to a different path for subscriptions.xml?

Great tool otherwise, looking forward to ditching FeedReader!

Posted by: Cedric on January 24, 2003 10:46 AM

any chance for adding toher external browser support? :)

Using the one, which is set as default in windows-config would be not so bad idea :)

Posted by: Indeyets on January 24, 2003 10:54 AM

Also a great thing would be that you could costumize how long to view a entrie before the unread bold type is removed.

Sometimes you don't won't to read a entrie and just set it read.

Posted by: Mattias Ahlström on January 24, 2003 01:27 PM

One other thing is that I use the Syndirella app both at home and at work so I would like to syncronize my subscriptions and entries at home with those at work.
Therefor the prevoius post about customize "time until not new".
But I rather be able to syncronize the one at home instead :-)

Posted by: Mattias on January 24, 2003 01:37 PM

Syndirella takes a while to figure out that a given tag isn't valid (in this (http://www.kryogenix.org/) case, because the URL wasn't absolute), maybe something could be done about this?

Posted by: Aquarion on January 24, 2003 07:18 PM

Not being able to import the feedreader feeds, it is looks for :
E:\Documents and Settings\ME\Application Data\FeedReader\subscriptions.xml

on my system they are located at:
E:\Documents and Settings\ME\My Documents\Feedreader\subscriptions.xml

Hope this helps
Kurt

Posted by: Kurt on January 25, 2003 08:36 PM
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