I recently discovered that Mozilla Thunderbird is randomly deleting some of my feeds and I'm not happy with any other choices (at least those available for Linux).
I don't know if it's better, that vivaldi is gives you feeds back when you have deleted them 🤭 (not everytime, but that bug is happening to some of us)
@shion Devs do come around on occasion. It's just that people shouldn't expect that just because they write here, that devs will read what they ask. Otherwise they'd have no time left for browser development 😛
As for the feature requests, other users can vote for them. Some of the things you requested have actually already been asked before. I suggest you search through the Feed reader section and vote for the requests that you are interested in.
Again, it's no guarantee that the devs will see it, or even that it'll get implemented, but a request with a lot of votes will likely be more visible and increase its chances of being implemented...
@yswtrue Confirmed here. The page will not load even if I turn off page translation.
The page loads fine in Opera 12.18, showing the RSS icon for subscribing.
Firefox does not like the page either:
This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below.
@pauloaguia only feeds. I'm not using a proxy.
I experimented a bit yesterday and this morning with restarting the browser. This issue seems indeed to be related to the link I mentioned in my original post:
Once the network connection goes down and/or is changed to another IP network, the feed stops working. A browser restart helps to get it working again. IMHO this is a bug and should be looked into by the development team.
@zdenek-smetana said in RSS stops working after net shutdown:
After deleting a post, the title of the next one is highlighted, but I can't delete it (and there is no content of this post on the tab on the right). I have to mark one of the remaining posts and back the first one, just to be able to delete it.
This one happens to me too. So far i seem to have pinpointed it to when there are multiple messages with the same timestamp, the selection in the list starts going crazy.
There is at least one other message where this was addressed recently (can't really be bothered to look for a link to it right now as I'm writing this on my phon, but maybe it'll help you analyze it)
@emothon the contacts are automatically created when indexing the messages. They're meant to be used as filters to show messages to/ from those contacts - for instance, to find out all messages from those bots and delete them all at once.
I think they should disappear once all their messages are gone (including from the trash bin) but i can't test that right now. If the contact still shows even though there's no message to support it, then i think a bug should be reported, including this scenario, to explain why it's a legitimate feature request...
@mossman to reply to myself; I realised later that there is a context menu if you right-click on the player - and this has the option to save the audio file. Odd that all the functions are in the invisible context menu and not under the menu button of the player...
@dudenas This is all I need... But I understand that many will want more.
I do have visual issues and am colour blind so I do not need anything fancy.
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@pauloaguia And, sure enough, I just got another selection jump (which gets annoying sometimes, because I click on the message I want it to be at after the jump, but it still jumps another time again).
im alten Opera ab Tag1 das integrierte Mailmodul benutzt, weil mir die Erklärung, warum ein Mailclient mit Browser soviel Sinn macht, eingeleuchtet hat². Damals war man ja auch noch froh um jedes MB(!), welches im Speicher noch frei war.
Und das System mit starker Suche und den Views (nun Filter), fand ich damals mega überlegen der Ordnerstruktur vom Thunderbird (der die einzige wirkliche Freewarealternative (für mich) war).
Von daher bin ich jetzt froh, dass Vivaldimail endlich einigermaßen stabil ist, sodass ich den alten Opera endlich vom System schmeißen kann. Eigentlich unfassbar, da er mich über 1 (2?) Jahrzehnte begleitet hat.
² für die Darstellung von HTML Mails ist eine Renderengine notwendig. Zum Browsen ebenfalls. Also warum 2 Programme nutzen, die "das gleiche" machen?!