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bradenslen
bradenslen

@kicks I just had a chance to really look at Fraidycat and I think you are really on to something here. I can't wait for the Chrome version, so I can see if it works with Vivaldi browser. It's an impressive idea.

joejenett
joejenett

@bradenslen @kicks Fraidycat has already improved part of my litle daily workflow - I love it!

bradenslen
bradenslen

@joejenett That's great to know. I'm anxious to try it. // @kicks

jack
jack

@joejenett @bradenslen @kicks Same here. I've only been testing it for a day or two but so far it works very well.

kicks
kicks
@bradenslen I use it primarily with Vivaldi - works great for me. (And I love that Vivaldi encrypts my synced feeds - so the data is mine even if I’m syncing it through them for the time being.) I’m just waiting for the extension to get approved through the Chrome Web Store. I expect that this will be something of an ordeal - getting my extension through Firefox’s approval system has had quite a few hang-ups that could take me a month to resolve. But thanks for your vote of confidence, Brad!
kicks
kicks

@jack @joejenett Thank you for the kindness! It's hard to believe that a glorified link list can be so useful - but I guess that's where we're at.

joejenett
joejenett

@kicks Your “Dumb Project” is pretty smart, thank you. It's the sorting and markers showing how long since last update (at a glance) that I find really useful.

bradenslen
bradenslen

@kicks I'll look forward to it coming out in the Chrome store and I'm so glad it works with Vivaldi. I know you are not thrilled with RSS readers so this sounds like something inbetween. Good for you for thinking this through.