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10.5: Safari's RSS feature remembers search terms Web Browsers
If you bookmark an RSS feed with Safari, and then enter some terms in the Search Articles box, Safari will remember what was in the box and hold that search, after navigating away from that feed and back to it, and even between restarts of Safari.

This could be useful for only ever seeing RSS articles from a feed with certain specific keywords.

This can also be annoying as you may wish to view new articles in a feed, but they don't show up because the last time you viewed the feed you left some search terms in the box.

[robg adds: I tested this one, and it only works in the 10.5 version of Safari. I'm not sure if it's a bug or a feature, but it could be useful.]
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10.5: Safari's RSS feature remembers search terms
Authored by: TiVoFan on Dec 19, '07 10:33:21AM
It's worth mentioning that this useful feature is also available to Safari 2.x users. Simply enter the search terms before bookmarking the RSS feed.

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