@bradenslen I installed the extension for Firefox on Windows. I’d really like the approach if only it worked. I imported an old OPML file and I’ve been trying to delete some fields and move the rest from "Real-time" to "Daily" (or in a few cases "Weekly") but many of them won’t stay deleted/moved 😒
I did have a problem grabbing a feed. The extension kept giving me an error message. But all the other sites worked.
I'm adding feeds real slow testing and learning as I go. So far the Chrome/Vivaldi version is working well. I subscribed to @manton 's Twitter feed and it works. I like the way I can subscribe to both social networks individuals and blogs all on the same reader.
@bradenslen Thanks, Brad. After I replied to your post, I noticed that @kicks is on MB. I thought I should probably reinstall the extension, so I removed the old version first. I haven’t managed to reinstall yet. Once I do, and I can be specific about the behaviour that is causing me problems, I’ll file a bug report. At the moment, I don’t think it would be helpful as I’m not really clear what’s happening. I love the approach, though, and I’m sure this will be a great extension.
@kicks The recalcitrant feed does seem to have disappeared: it resisted being deleted at first but eventually succumbed. I’m pretty sure it was
https://artkavanagh.micro.blog/categories/short-fiction-on-medium/feed.xml. I’m finding the extension really enjoyable to use and an excellent solution to the problem of “following”. Thanks for the work you put into it.
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