Firefox ユーザー 13312508 によるレビュー (4年前)
5 段階中 4 の評価
Quite happy with Feedbro as replacement for Sage++, however I find it very scary to hear media playing when opening some rss feeds. Can this be blocked somehow or can you add an option to not download article bodies at all? I'm using mode 2 view only showing the headers and I don't read the articles in Feedbro as I open the links with Firefox in new tabs where I've blocked such things using uMatrix dynamic filtering.
Any chance you could isolate which feed URL has those autoplaying videos/audio clips so we could take a look if it can be blocked somehow. Please send the URLs to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
- Firefox ユーザー 15166984 によるレビュー (1ヶ月前)5 段階中 5 の評価Great add-on. There's no real alternative to this. Feedly is gross. Ino looks nice but takes days to fetch unpopular feeds. Feedbro rocks. Maybe some more themes, visual updates in the future?
- sgdl-pers によるレビュー (3ヶ月前)5 段階中 3 の評価I like this, I can group up feeds for reddit, youtube or comics and browse them by grouping whenever I please. I like being able to filter out things I've no interest in.
I don't like this because at random it will break, requiring the extension to be disabled and re-enabled to get anything about it working again.
- Freddy によるレビュー (3ヶ月前)5 段階中 5 の評価Thanks for this great add-on. It really works perfectly, as far as I know! ;-)
I have just one feature request: currently the icon shows the number of all unread articles (new and old). I would like an option to make it show the number of only new articles (since the last time the add-on was used).
But anyway, thanks again!
- Роман Деев によるレビュー (3ヶ月前)5 段階中 5 の評価Why maximum of "Maximum entries to save (default)" only 100? :)
開発者の返信投稿日時: 3ヶ月前Right-click the feed in the feed tree, select Properties and you can adjust it to up-to 2000.
The reason 100 is the default maximum is to discourage people from treating Feedbro as an archive. E.g. if you have 1000 feeds and 2000 articles for each, that's 2 000 000 articles which slows down performance.