- par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 16891558 de Firefox, il y a un anNoté 3 sur 5Автоматической пометки о прочтении нет. Сохраняемых фидов по ссылке мало. Нет отображения числа непрочитанных. Но работает шустрее, чем распиаренный Briеf
Réponse du développeurmis en ligne : il y a 3 moisThank you for your feedback, there are options for "automatic mark as read", "display of the number of unread" and many other stuff. Yes, you are right, there is not default saved feeds. May be I can think to add some in a next version.
Sorry for the answer delay, I missed the notification.
- par onesolo2, il y a 2 ansNoté 4 sur 5Thkx for the excellent addon!! At last a true Sage alike addon. Only one problem, when I export to opml, I have a lot of directories and sub-directories, the directories schemes are not saved and the RSSs get all to be on the same "directory" (or root). Can you fix this, please?!
Réponse du développeurmis en ligne : il y a 2 ansI have just checked on my side folders are exported.
Please can you open a ticket on GitHub (https://github.com/dauphine-dev/drop-feeds)
and paste a full export, and an opml export in the ticket.
(Or the folders are exported, but the target application doesn't manage the folders ?)
- par mrp_x, il y a 3 ansNoté 5 sur 5All good!
Except I'd like to be notified if there are news. Don't notify me about "no feed has been updated" ... at least make it optional.Thank you for the review, I will look to do that optional.
Edit: In Drop Feeds 1.0.3 you can disable it from Settings/Update checker/Don't notify if no feed has been updated
- par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 15184555 de Firefox, il y a 3 ansNoté 3 sur 5As advertised. But...
IMHO it's too much 'bloated' in compare to the original 'Sage' addon. On the other hand the 'Sage-Like' addon, is much more true to the spirit of the original. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/sage-like/Drop Feeds has all same features than Sage++ had and nothing more. But then yes has more sage than the original Sage. If you prefer sage-like, no problem have fun with it. It is a good thing to have choice, then users can choose what is the best for them.
- par jkincaw, il y a 3 ansNoté 5 sur 5Thank you for making Firefox great again!! Sage was my main window to the news, and nothing else worked as well for me.
I got hooked on the 3-pane, text-oriented format while reading the Tidbits newsletter in setext form. It packs the most info on screen.
- par Adrian Jones, il y a 3 ansNoté 5 sur 5This is a worthy replacement to Sage, thank you for developing it.
However, just recently, when clicking on a site, the feeds open in another tab. This didn't happen previously, and I can't find anyway to stop this happening
Thank you for the explanation, this and the update have fixed the problem.
Many thanks.Hi Adrian Jones,
Have you tried:
- Settings/Content area/Render feeds -> to enable/disable Drop Feeds to render (open) a Feed in a tab ?
- Settings/Content area/Always open new tab -> to enable/disable Drop Feeds to render (open) a Feed in a new tab (because you said "in another tab", I guess it is the setting that you want, or may be "Reuse Drop Feed tab") ?
I have just saw that there is an issue with "Reuse Drop Feed tab", it will be fixed on next version
Than you ;-)
The fix is available here:
Any way, if everything is fine I will push this version Wednesday on AMO
The fix is now available in 0.9.5 on AMO
Why 2 stars removed, there is anything else that I can improve ?
- par mr.hornung, il y a 3 ansNoté 4 sur 5it seems like i finally found a good replacement for my old rss-reader, so thank you for your work.
however, i have two issues:
1. i can't seem to be able to find a way to delete single articles within a feed. the second column which shows them has no button for that, and when a right-click an article, the context-menu also doesn't offer a delete option. am i just stupid or is there no such feature?
2. in the same column, the "open unread feeds in new tabs" doesn't do anything.
if those could be resoved, i'd be happy to give 5 stars.
my setup, by the way, is firefox 64.0 on linux mint cinnamon 19.1 64 bit.Thank you for your feedback:
About 1.: You can delete feeds (feeds are hosted by Drop Feeds), but not articles, because articles are hosted by the the feed provider not by Drop Feeds, but you can mark them as read (may be I can add an option to hide read articles ?)
About 2.: You have found a bug ;-) I will fix that on a next version -> https://github.com/dauphine-dev/drop-feeds/issues/92 -> it is fixed in Drop Feeds 0.9.3c
About 1: Now Drop Feeds 0.9.4 has an option to hide visited articles (the strikethrough eye icon)
- par The_Mick, il y a 3 ansNoté 4 sur 5I like this RSS app best of those that have appeared since Firefox stopped providing it because you can put your feeds in folders (ABC News, BBC News, etc.) and get a simple, 1-line-each headline so you can scan a lot at one glance
I also like Feedbro, but it uses up so much space and repeats so many headlines, sometimes I can only see 5 different stories among the 14 headlines it shows.
Drop Feeds also repeats headlines frequently - somehow the old Firefox did NOT do that, but the longer list makes it less objectionable.
You can either use the RSS/Drop Feed Icon that may appear in the URL box or click Drop Feed's Open Options Tab and select "Subscribe by URL" and enter the URL - I had to do that for ABC News RSS feeds.
I wish it really used a "drop down box" instead of a sidebar, which is how you could organize them in the old Firefox RSS.
One serious improvement should be that when you click on a headline the article will appear in a Firefox tab. Currently you have to click on the headline and then click on the article that appears the the bottom of the sidebar to get it to open in a tab.
A minor problem is that you can't initially do anything with a folder after you create it. You can only change its position in the list and put feeds in the folder if there's already at least one feed in the folder - which can be done in the subscribing step.Thank you for your feedback.
1. One serious improvement should be that when you click on a headline the article will appear in a Firefox tab. Currently you have to click on the headline and then click on the article that appears the the bottom of the sidebar to get it to open in a tab.
2. A minor problem is that you can't initially do anything with a folder after you create it. You can only change its position in the list and put feeds in the folder if there's already at least one feed in the folder - which can be done in the subscribing step.
I not sure to understood well.
There are many way to use Drop Feeds.
a. you can open feed in a Firefox tab and the click on a article headline and the article will be opened in a Firefox tab
b. you can display feed (list of article headlines) bottom feeds treeview in the side bar and click on a article headline and the article will be opened in a Firefox tab
c. you can display feed (list of article headlines) bottom feeds treeview in the side bar and click on a article headline and the article will be display in the side bar bottom the feed (list of article headlines), and then click on the article headline to open it in a Firefox tab.
d. different mix of options above...
Looks in Settings/Items and/or Settings/Content area to change displaying articles and feeds options
I will look what I can do
You can create an issue on https://github.com/dauphine-dev/drop-feeds, then you can add a picture to see me what you want exactly about 1.
In Drop Feeds 0.9.4 folder drag and drop has be improved, now it should be work