ttrssmailinator wrote:Like erikbennet, I noticed the lag when removing unread feeds. Would it make sense to update the internal data structures before moving from the article view back to the category/all view?
That sounds possible. I'll look into it.
ttrssmailinator wrote:Would it make sense to step directly back to the all view if the category view is empty? As it is now, if I read through a category (so that I eventually see "Showing 0 items") and press the Feeds button, it will take me to a completely empty category view (the header with back, reload, and settings button are visible).
I've been toying with the idea of what to do in this situation, jumping up seems plausible but could get tricky for deeply nested folders.
ttrssmailinator wrote:For consistency, would it make sense to have the category name (e.g. humor) or "All articles" in the header, similar to having the feed/category name in the header in the article view?
The lack of the category name was to mimic Google's original layout. But this has irked me and now that someone else has spoken up I think I'll implement this.
ttrssmailinator wrote:Another little inconsistency: If you go into article view under "All articles", you will see a "Feeds" button taking you back to all view, but the button taking you back to all view in the category view is labeled "<< Back". (I realize that "All articles" technically goes to an article list, which has a "Feeds" button when entered from a category view)
There is a definite distinction between views with the "Feeds" button and views with the "Back" button, which is also reflected in the menu options being different. Maybe if you are configured to start in Category view, then it might make sense to have "Back" in the article list, but my mental layout, the list of items is the "main" view and thus you don't go "back" from the main view.
ttrssmailinator wrote:Has the the discussion on how the reload button works in article view been closed? ;-)
I think it was established that the most recent version works as intended: in list of items/articles it reloads the page; in list of feeds/categories it refreshes