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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Jasonbot, Aug 30, 2007.
Is there a way to get RSS Tabs in safari kinda like this in Firefox:
Could you elaborate on what you mean?
Sorry, I forgot got to mention bookmarks. I used the word 'tabs' instead...
Ok, so you know you can make ordinary bookmarks in Safari (cmd-D) Well I want to know if/how to make bookmarks that will show a list of RSS headings if I click on it, it should include a little number in brackets of the unread items or new items since previous visit.
So it has the general look of the firefox screen that I placed above but a little number thingie like this doohickey that I found:
My RSS bookmarks don't display the headlines in the bookmark, but you do get the number of unread items in parentheses.
That was just a pic of what it should look like, for figurative purposes.
EDIT: I cant get the unread guy working? AM I just supposed to wait until unread stuff comes along?
i know what your saying and I wish Safari would do that. If anyone knows how that would be awesome.
Firefox provides RSS functionality called "Live Bookmarks", and no, I haven't found a way to get this in Safari. When adding a bookmark in Firefox, you have the option of adding it as a Live Bookmark as opposed to a normal feed. It is indeed an awesome feature, though. I use Firefox anyway.
i just like safari better, seems faster. i mean to each his own. i just wish safari would implement that feature.
I know what you mean. Safari 3 is going to be awesome, so I'm excited for that in Leopard. I honestly don't have any problems with Firefox, though. I use no extensions other than AdBlock and bookmark syncing, and only have the default theme installed (the best one out there, imho. Mozilla did a great job with the FF2 theme). I'm looking forward to the native OS X browsing Firefox 3 is going to provide.
My only complaint at the moment is that I can't find that installer to install aqua widgets in Firefox 2. I don't want to use the optimized builds, as lame as it sounds, I'm a long-time firefox fan and can't live without my Mozilla branding.