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  • EDIT: It seems you're right: that particular feed has the timezone incorrectly set (or perhaps it's failing to localize the time to the timezone it has set). It would still be nice to be able to be able to see articles "from the future", even if it's just a manual option on individual feeds. I mean, the article exists, doesn't it?

    The one big annoyance with this extension is that it ignores articles from the "future", even if it's just a timezone difference. I have one feed that always updates at midnight UTC, but I don't get it in the feed until several hours later when it's midnight in my timezone. It would be nice if this "feature" could be turned off in general, or for specific feeds.
    It doesn't work like that. Timezones are taken into account in date stamps. So any article will become immediately visible regardless of timezone differences as long as the timestamp of the article is not in the future. For example if some feed contains an article timestamped to year 2124, it won't become visible before that year is actually active. It sounds like in this case the feed posts some articles so that they are datestamped to the future.

    If you want more clarity with this, please send the feed URL and your timezone info to feedbro.reader@gmail.com

    EDIT: the reason Feedbro doesn't load articles that are timestamped to the future is that it would complicate many things. For example if you have a Rule that would popup a notification when a new article arrives, should that Rule trigger when an article is loaded that is timestamped in to the future? Probably not but then when should it trigger? That would then require some background scanning process to find articles that haven't been triggered by rules but are already in the database... etc. It would complicate and slow down the code quite a bit. Unless the feed is super floody, Feedbro will eventually load the article so it shouldn't really be an issue. And this is relevant for maybe 0.001% of the feeds out there so it's an obvious WON'T FIX decision.
  • This is one of the better RSS feeders I have used. What I offer is more of a suggestion for ease of organization (for me personally), and that is some form of folder organization. I would prefer to group folders in some way, so either a color code to folders, icons for folders, or folders within folders would be helpful. However, other than this personal desire, I have no issues with this feed reader. Just wished I discovered it and began using it earlier. Thank you so much for what you are doing.
  • Feedbro looks like a great feed reader. I love the clear interface.

    What I miss:

    ->Synchronization with FirefoxSync, so that I have the same data at home and in the office.

    At the moment i try to save interesting article over the "Send to Pocket" option.

    It would be great if it automatically copy the tags into Pocket without retype it.
  • I satisfied by all features except one little misconvenience. I can't resize articles. I put 85% or 250% - this shows the same size. Why is that?
    The feed probably has markup that has hardcoded font size?
  • I have the same problem as jowwww. Everything else in ff works properly and as it should. After running the recommended tool, I agree that there is a corruption, though resetting ff and losing all addons, saved passwords, etc is extreme for one addon. Something in this addon has caused the corruption. I have the exact same problem across two computers in the same day. Both win10 and 64bit ff. I was really excited to finally find a replacement for Bamboo so I could finally update ff.

    UPDATE: Just noticed note on main page to this addon concerning update. Sadly, I understand and will try reset.

    UPDATE 2: Thank you to the developer for your response. I apologize for neglecting to read all the information you posted on the description page.
    Feedbro does not cause the corruption. IndexedDB corruption can occur when Firefox updates. The profile/IndexedDB functionality completely breaks (has nothing to do with Feedbro) since it breaks for all add-ons and websites. There are bugs about this in Bugzilla.
  • Most fantastic - thank you!
  • while Feedbro is the best WebExt feed reader i found so far, it hardly compares to NewsFox - it lacks advanced sorting options and a NF-like 3-pane UI. while the developer seems to insist that his way is better, it isnn't, at least not for everyone

    another annoyance is that FB doesn't cache the icons for the domains and, instead, queries Google *every* time it is started - why? why not pull the favicon from the root domain when the feed is refreshed and cache them?

    it is also annoying that the developer uses a combination control to select feed refresh times with no "never" option - why not just use a simple numeric input control and let users specify the time, or '0' to disable auto-refresh?

    i also wonder about the ethics of the Nodetics given they apparently don't publish the source code nor make available a proper issue reporting platform - why not put the code on GitLab? trying to hide something? the developer once told me that the source code is available in the package - of course it is, so why not publish it and why the restrictive license?

    i also tried to contact the developer twice with a question about applying custom CSS and never received a reply

    let's see if they reply to my nasty-gram...
    Improved favicon caching and "disable autoscan" will be available in the next version.
  • 功能好齐全,用起来流畅,我非常喜欢的这UI。
    The function is complete, it is smooth, I like this UI very much.
  • A good RSS reader. Nevertheless, I am confused about 1 aspect. When I want to mark all articles in a feed as read I use Shift+A while the feed in the left hand pane is selected. The number (whatever that means) on that feed disappears, but the articles remain shown as unread.

    You can also double-click on the feed in the left hand pane. But if I do that, often there is still a number that remains shown for that feed, even though all articles in that feed are shown as "read".

    I do not understand what the real difference between these 2 methods,
  • Nice browser based RSS reader. There are a few features that I miss from my standalone readers (Thunderbird, QuiteRSS, RSSOwl).
    - Like to navigate the RSS article items using the keyboard arrow keys.
    - I would like the reading pane (view mode) to give an option to have the reading pane on the bottom and not just the right.
    - In the magazine view mode, it would be nice to have the option to load and then navigate content in the pane rather than in a separate tab. The only options I see are either a summary or just the initial page.
    Otherwise, good and functional add-on.
    Thank you for the review.

    1. You can see all keyboard shortcuts when you press the "?" icon in the toolbar. Navigation with up and down arrow between articles is not intentionally possible because it would screw up scrolling the article in view.

    2. "Reading pane at the bottom" won't be implemented since it leaves very little space for the actual article. I know many users are accustomed to this type of view but you'll find that viewmode 3 is superior to that especially with modern widescreen displays.

    3. In viewmodes 2, 4 and 5 you can click elsewhere in the article text/image to expand it within Feedbro (so don't click the article title, click e.g. the summary text in magazine mode).
  • Çok güzel bir eklenti. Web sayfalarını haber besleme eklentileriyle takip etmek tercih sebebimdir. Bu eklentiyi 6 aydan beridir windows platformunda firefox'ta kullanıyorum. Ancak Android platformunda çalışan firefox sürümü eklentisi olarak desteklenmiyor. Bu eklenti android platformunda, firefox sürümünde uyumlu bir eklenti çıkartsanız hiç fena olmazdı diye düşünüyorum. Android uygulaması da güzel olur fakat tsrayıcıda eklenti olarak çok daha iyi çalışır.
  • Works pretty good, but I'm still missing one big feature: no auto feed update option

    Feeds are a great way to keep up to date about a diverse range of topics and the better the reader the more feeds you subscribe to.

    Problem with having a feed reader in your web browser is that all of them will constantly broadcast the feeds you've subscribe to, anywhere you take your device to.
    This is also true for feedbro, even with the autoscan interval set to the max (why is there no simple off option?).

    Not only does it unnecessarily slow down the browser, it is also bad opsec.
    Please add a truly and strictly "manual update" option.

    Also, opening some menu or hovering a feed should preferably not lead to unnecessary dns requests (maybe when DoH finds widespread adoption this would be less of a concern). I think preventing this from within feedbro is not feasible or too much of a hassle. Disabling network.dns.disablePrefetch Firefox-wide it is then.
    Automatic feed updates can be now disabled in Options. See "Disable automatic feed scanning" checkbox.
  • Perfect, worked well for me!
  • Number one RSS reader for Firefox. I only suggest to add an option to disable news grouping by date