fox wrote:Btw the patch linked above is broken, fixed in trunk.When running tt-rss on Debian testing, Debian wants to install Mysql 5.5 and at the same time deinstall tt-rss-mysql.
Don't see anything weird with tt-rss dependencies, so dunno.
ist the code above still active in trunc?
I just pulled fresh from trunc and tested:
displayed a category af 5 feeds with one unread article (navigation on the left shows 1 article unread, article-list was set to "adaptive", 1 article-headline was displayed.
waited until the next feedupdate and another new article was found after the update in the navigation (showing a total of 2 unread articles). The article-list still shows 1 article in the list, which is ok, since i did not reload.
After clicking on "mark as read" above the article-list, both 2 articles were marked as read.
If this the expected behaviour, how about the following:
right-click on feed (or category) in the navigation and selection "mark as read" will mark the *whole* feed or category as read.
click on "mark as read" above the article-list will mark all articles displayed as read.
or this could probably be done in a plugin .. mark all unread articles, mark selection as read ......