[BUG] Vivaldi doesn't support OPML files correctly.
Vivaldi doesn't seem to correctly support the OPML file format. The specifications for the Outline Processor Markup Language purpose is to exchange information that can be then viewed through an outliner. An outliner is a computer application that produces a hierarchically arranged outline of the logical structure of a text document.
Vivaldi does not display RSS feeds in a hierarchically arranged outline. All Vivaldi has done is use OPML to exchange information about the location of the RSS feeds. They have not implemented an outliner, so they lack the support of OPML.
Any idea on when this bug will be fixed?
i guess they intend to implement it later when they get around to it. So IMHO "not yet there", so not a bug.
That said, i still stick with Opera12, for its Mail and Feed reader features, which i haven't yet found a worthy replacement for:
Things missing yet in Vivaldi (and half implemented in Thunderbird):
Dynamic Mail filter folders (Ok Thunderbird has dynamic search result "folders", Vivaldi "Filters", but really, do they have to be updated manually?)
Feeds update rhythm taken from the containing folder (well, OPML doesn't transport this 8^(
Feed hierarchic folders (Thunderbird 1. tries importing that and then 2. fails at 3rd level, just throwing those feeds together without title)
Feed reading folderwise (Thunderbird forces reading single feeds or those 3rd level "accidental summary" folders)
Just my €0,02.
Stick with Opera Presto too
Can't find better RSS client