[prssr-devel-ml] Re: pRSSreader 1.2.1 beta1

  • From: David Andrs <pda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: prssr-devel-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 21:41:19 +0100

> 2006/2/13, David Andrs <pda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> > On 2/12/06, The Efrit <theefrit@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > Hi all!
> > >
> > > First of all, Congratulations! This program is awesome!. I have been
> > > testing it and here is my feed back:
> > >
> > > - the program name is different than the last version, so I had to
> > > uninstall the previous one before installing to avoid problems.
> > One guy with korean (?) PDA reported that he is not able to install
> > pRSSreader because of the ^Ú (s with hacek) in my name -> I replaced ^Ú
> > with s.
>
> OK, but you should recommend users to remove the last version as it
> changes its name and Windows Mobile won't recognize the installation
> as if it were an update of a previously installed program. Again, to
> keep the feeds that the user has in the previous version you should
> indicate that the "myChannels.opml" file of the previously installed
> version should be copied in the upgrade process.
I'll change the name if the modification helps him. Thanks for reminding this.


>
> >
> > > - I have problems retrieving the following feed
> > > http://www.bandaancha.st/rss.xml and Firefox or other xml readers
> > > don't have problems with it.
> > I'll look at it.
> >
> > > - In the cache manager, I'm not able to delete cached elements, or at
> > > least, the cache size is not updated.
> > Do you use the clear button or you just uncked the item, close the
> > manager and reopend it?
> > Need more info what you are doing.
> Now it's working. I think by default the cache also includes all XML
> files of the feeds in the cache size count, so, as I didn't have
> cached images or html pages in the beginning, the size didn't changed
> because there wasn't anything to clean. Now I have cached some content
> and when I remove it, the size changes. It's working fine!
Ok.

>
> >
> > > - How does the keyword manager works?
> > Simply. Just enter the keywords that you are intersted in - like
> > 'download' etc.  In the main list, pRSSreader will show the star that
> > indicates there is a keyword match in the article. In the article
> > reading (at the bottom), you will see which keywords were matched.
> >
> > > - I have also noticed that, if for example you don't have Internet
> > > connection and you update an empty feed, and then you have the
> > > connection back, you won't be able to update the feed until you
> > > restart the program. I think it is because of some kind of caching of
> > > the feed.
> > If you don't have internet connection and starts tha update, you can
> > stop the update process by tapping the close button (white x on the
> > red background).
> >
> > > - In landscape mode in Windows Mobile 2003 SE, when reading an entry,
> > > the text is not expanded to fit the whole screen, and remains with the
> > > width as if it were in the other screen mode. The feed list works fine
> > > in landscape mode
> > Landscape in not support at all. I plan it but in not in the near future.
> >
> >
> >
> See you

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David
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