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10.4: Mark Safari RSS items as read via a click
Authored by: jdhorner on Oct 19, '05 08:59:41AM

how so VERY odd. i thought clicking the article summary was the only way to mark items as read if you didn't want to open the entire entry.

simply refreshing the page marks them ALL as read?

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10.4: Mark Safari RSS items as read via a click
Authored by: Bruno Grieco on Oct 20, '05 04:55:45AM

Nothing happens over here when I click the text. Also I don't have orange headers for new items. Using Safari 2.0.1



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10.4: Mark Safari RSS items as read via a click
Authored by: ibroughton on Oct 20, '05 06:02:06AM

Exactly the same here, nothing happens, no orange label and using Safari 2.0.1

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10.4: Mark Safari RSS items as read via a click
Authored by: wallybear on Oct 20, '05 09:53:48AM

The orange "new item" header is simply the posting date to the right of the header (gray for read articles, orange for new ones).
Clicking on the summary turns the date to grey (="read"), and the new posts count is updated.
A page refresh cause all news to be marked as read (a little odd).

In order to see the orange "unread" header you must "subscribe" to the RSS adding the link to your favourites, otherwise headers will always be marked as read.



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10.4: Mark Safari RSS items as read via a click
Authored by: ibroughton on Oct 21, '05 05:35:17AM

The RSS feeds in question are subscribed to. Well, they are sat in my bookmarks toolbar anyway

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