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Mike R

Yes, It's all going very well so far, but it won't let me add to my news feeds.

Was hoping to do away with Firefox and NetNewsWire in one go.

Mike R

Yes, its alright, I've got it now. Sorry - senior moment.

Adam

jonny - quite the find. i like the interface...the only thing i miss is with bloglines, it only shows me my feeds that have been updated, so i can quickly find new posts - not sure how to do that with flock. but it's hot, you're very right on that. i might be making the switch too.

Richard

Jonny What you do not point out or have missed is that Flock is based on Firefox. It is an example of where the elements from one open source project have been integrated into another that evolves in a specific direction.

John Cooper

a decent enhancement on the current firefox version that i am running. The only fustration is that it doesn't seem to recognise the Camino browser that most of my cookies are in so I am having to remember all of my passwords and transfer them over...tsk....and I thougth technology was out to make things easier....

Warm Regards
John

Mark Berry

Cheers Jonny... downloading now... will be after some tips next week

Mark Berry

Been using it this evening... like it! It seems a bit buggy at the moment... (particularly the newsreader) but I'm sure future releases will resolve things.... IMHO the Blog interface is not as functional as Ecto, so I'll probly keep using that. I will certainly give it an extended test run and may well shift over permanently from Firefox once the bugs are combed out.

Kester

Much better than the version I tried about a year back.

Top tip on the RSS feeds: the default is set to refresh (look for new posts etc.) every hour, which may be too long for some. You can control this (which you can't so much in Safari) by following the tip here:

http://wiki.flock.com/index.php?title=Tips_and_tricks#Change_how_often_feeds_refresh

As you can see, by typing in "about:config" to the address bar, you get full control over a stack of stuff, which is great.

Mark Berry

nice one Kester

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