kuetsch wrote:- If I typ sth. into the filter bar, the first available article gets selected automatically. This can be handy sometimes, but if the article is still unread, it will be marked as read, even if it's not the one I searched for. Even more important, if I continue typing and the selected article is not in the new filtered list any more, it might be hard to find out which article got marked as read without actually having read it.
kuetsch wrote:- It would be cool, if the integrated browser supports multitouch gestures... I really got used to swipe left or right for back and forward actions in safari.
- My last one is a request, I feel I'm not alone with: I would really love to see some way I could get my newsfeeds synced to my iPhone... I often read news at my iPhone and it's annoying to go through Vienna afterwards marking all the read items as read manually. Most requests in this forum mentioned a sync with Google Reader which of course would be handy even for me (always in sync "over the air", handy for Vienna-users with other handsets, etc). But I don't want to focus on GR only... If there's a way of keeping Vienna and the iPhone in sync I would be really happy with that.
Cas wrote:It's a small thing, but in the update screen/release notes, could you put the "no longer works in 10.4" further up? I automatically hit "update", thinking "yay, even better Vienna!" and then nothing would work. When I went back through the release notes for 2.4, the note that it needs 10.5 was buried at the bottom of a long list of tech stuff.
I wrote that feature last week or so, due to your request. Download the latest version from http://www.vienna-rss.org and start swiping up, down, left and right. You will also notice that the article-pane has swiping built in now. Just experiment :-)
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