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  1. marco

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    I not have noticed ;) Thanks!
     
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    How about a feed for the front page?
     
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    klipfolio support

    Very nice! Thx for that!

    I'be even more excited, if anyone could write a "klip" for klipfolio.

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    I realized right now, I should use the general template, and it works! Great!
     
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    You don't need to use FireFox to view RSS feeds in your browser :)

    *cough* http://www.opera.com/ *cough*
     
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    How can i use it with mozilla 1.7? Never used rss feed before
     
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    Yes, but I wasn't aware it had the Firefox "livemark" icon in the corner of the screen...
     
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    Indeed Firefox displays an RSS icon in the right bottom corner when there is an appropiate piece of html writting into the screen. If you want to read RSS with Firefox; just install an extension (extra/extension, get more extension). I use the Sage extension.
     
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    Isn't it built in? I don't recall installing an extension but then it may have been a year ago.

    For the previous poster:
    I click the RSS/ "Add Live Bookmark" button (bottom right) and add it to the personal bookmarks so that the list of topics becomes a pull-down menu.
     
  10. Diplo

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    Like this, you mean? :)

    [​IMG]

    You just click the icon and it adds the feed. Opera has had this for ages.
     
  11. Charmaka

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    Not precisely, but close enough. I stand corrected. And FF handles RSS natively just fine, for my purposes at least. Stick it as a live bookmark on your bookmark toolbar and you get a natty drop-down list of the feed.
     
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    Front page RSS please :)
     
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    Yup FF can handle RSS by default, I liked the Sage plugin, just like I used to use Opera, but somewhere down the line I switched over to firefox and I just liked it better. The frontpage RSS (or the other sets of RSS I already build) will have to wait till the new site is live.

    An RSS tutorial can be found here: http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/live-bookmarks
     
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