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by andy
27 Mar 2013, 15:32
Forum: Themes and plugins
Topic: Google like RSS view
Replies: 27
Views: 23134

Re: Google like RSS view

A tip for everyone who want to create custom stylesheets is to make a directory called "themes" in the TT-RSS installation folder, put your stylesheet within as e.g. "mystyle.css" and then enter only this in the "Customize stylesheet" attribute in the TT-RSS preference...
by andy
20 Mar 2013, 13:27
Forum: Support
Topic: Configure ttrss to use google aps smtp?
Replies: 5
Views: 1693

Re: Configure ttrss to use google aps smtp?

I used to have issues with that as well, so for the last few years I just send email thru the system default, but have it relay everything via gmail thru postfix. That way I don't need to set up the specific web-apps to use gmail directly or bother with any authentication for that matter. This only ...
by andy
19 Mar 2013, 22:39
Forum: Themes and plugins
Topic: Google like RSS view
Replies: 27
Views: 23134

Re: Google like RSS view

Hi All! I added this code into tt-rrs.css for more similarities with Google Reader: I kind of feel that limiting the width feels akward on high resolution screens, but then again perhaps feeds weren't meant to be read horizontally.. Hmm.. Does Google Reader limit it to 650px? I cannot remember hitt...
by andy
19 Mar 2013, 22:35
Forum: Themes and plugins
Topic: Google like RSS view
Replies: 27
Views: 23134

Re: Google like RSS view

I applied the patch, and took it for a spin, this is going to be my default viewing experience hence forth, it is a dramatical improvement in my opinion as an old time GR-user, it makes me much more efficiant digging thru feeds with hundreds of posts each day and more screen space to see embedded im...
by andy
19 Mar 2013, 20:54
Forum: Support
Topic: Any backing up tips are welcome
Replies: 25
Views: 6283

Re: Any backing up tips are welcome

Personally I've have something similar for years. I have a script that dumps the databases to individual <database>.sql files in my /var/www/ dir, every night, and I let it over-write the last file in there. I then use CrashPlan, which to me and my purposes have proven to be the best backup solution...

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