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Re: Mark as Read button?

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Re: Mark as Read button?

Postby ginahoy » 08 Jan 2010, 00:22

OK. I had the wrong mental image of how a feed works. I thought it was like a ticker tape and the only time duplicates become a problem is when the provider deliberately updates the timestamp or includes an article in multiple feeds.

I can see how standards could help the purging issue. For example, if a standards-setting body defined a field associated with each RSS feed that informs the reader how many days articles can remain in a particular feed, then optimized purging would be possible. Each feed provider would set the field accordingly. I guess this is what you would call 'wishful thinking' :mrgreen:

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Re: Mark as Read button?

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Re: Mark as Read button?

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Re: Mark as Read button?

Postby fox » 08 Jan 2010, 02:02

Also, you can select articles and press 'u' to toggle their unread status.

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Re: Mark as Read button?

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Re: Mark as Read button?

Postby levine » 22 Jan 2010, 01:35

Is there a way to disable the confirmation dialog box from coming up after you click on Mark as Read?

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Re: Mark as Read button?

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Re: Mark as Read button?

Postby levine » 22 Jan 2010, 11:06

Of course... hiding in plain sight. Thanks.


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