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It\'s buggy, it forgets his feeds. I read circa 10 reads a day min, and i get bored, to reconfigure this piece of shit every time, that he forgets his feeds. i am using this program for a year, but now i think, the new version is worse than the old, something got wrong in the development
Not a good first experience with RSS (Win98SE, Fx 188.8.131.52, PII-266). Complicated, quirky, confusing. Things jump around and disappear, mouse interaction sometimes goes bonkers. Lack of manual control, too automatic. Not usable on dialup -- will consume the bandwidth, doing who knows what. This tool was the only way to get a podcast of mp3! But the final solution was to just view the xml source of the RSS, find the mp3 location, and use Opera download manager to get that one giant file. Maybe someone could use the infoRSS source to make a simpler, all-manual tool that lets you select all downloads from easy menus, would never use bandwidth except by user choice/command?
Does not seem "lightweight" -- slow to respond on a low-end computer.
If you upgrade to the latest version of Firefox, be sure to back up your feedlist and settings. They get erased.
This is a very powerful RSS reader. It's the only one I've found with properly working feed scroller, and it provides many options for display of the feeds. It does seem to increase Firefox resource usage a bit more than is desirable, but other than that it is an excellent addon.
I have tried this add-on for the 4th or so time and it just isn't working for me. Still on the look out for something that I like. I have all of this space at the bottom and want to put the inforss there but it just won't let me
There is way too many options here and still it's impossible to configure it to behave like I want it to. I want it in the status-bar, fading, and use a specified size. I pretty much got it the way I want but for no apparent reason the display area is resized everytime I go anywhere near it with my mouse pointer... After speding 45 minutes trying to configure this thing I just uninstalled it and I'm now back using the default rss-bookmark-thingy in Firefox. I'll give it a 3 as I like the idea, it just seems buggy and not very user friendly.