Simplify the way you read the web!
FeedDemon enables you to quickly read and gather information from hundreds of web sites – without having to visit them. Don’t

waste any more time checking your favorite web sites for updates. Instead, use FeedDemon and make them come to you.

FeedDemon makes RSS/Atom feeds as easy to access as your email.

Pre-configured with dozens of popular feeds, so you can start using it right away
Newspaper displays news items from dozens of sites in a single web page for easy reading
Watches collect news items containing specific words or phrases, alerting you to items of interest so you don’t have to look

for them
News Bins store your favorite news items for future reference
Integration with Feedster and other popular RSS search engines
Built-in tabbed browser for surfing the web within FeedDemon
Support for Atom 0.3 and all versions of RSS
Easy to use for beginners, yet powerful enough to please the most sophisticated news junkie
FeedDemon is a native Windows application, so it runs fast and does NOT require the bulky .NET runtime.

FeedDemon™ 1.10 Release Notes
Copyright © 2003-2004 Bradbury Software, LLC
Build date: June 3, 2004
What’s New in FeedDemon 1.10
Added: Basic support for Atom 0.3 feeds
Added: “Update All Channel Groups” (Shift+Ctrl+F5) added to Tools > Update menu
Added: Search box added to channel bar, which enables searching downloaded news items in the current group or all groups.

Right clicking on the search results displays a context menu which includes options to convert the search results to a watch

or a news bin.
Added: Web search added to browser toolbar
Added: Generic “Date” column to news item list, which contains pubDate if it exists, received date otherwise. This new column

is the only date column shown by default – both the “received” and “published” columns are hidden. This also affects the

default sorting and grouping (both are now set to the generic date), which may change how you’re used to seeing news items

Added: The “Group By” selection now enables grouping news items by title. Items with the same title, or items with the same

title preceeded by RE:, are grouped together. Use this along with the new “Forum” style when browsing feeds generated from

newsgroups or online forums.
Added: Support for IE’s form auto-completion inside FeedDemon’s browser
Added: Shift+Ctrl+H shortcut for “hide read news items.” Note that you’ll need to assign this shortcut yourself if you

previously customized FeedDemon’s shortcuts.
Added: “Match all keywords” option added to watches. When enabled, only news items containing all keywords will be matched.
Added: After creating a watch channel, you are now asked if you’d like to run the watch on existing news items
Added: Support for the “feed URI scheme” (feed:// protocol). At startup, FeedDemon prompts to make it the default aggregator

if it’s not the registered application for the feed protocol. This prompt may be disabled on the General tab in Options.
Added: Double-clicking a news item now browses to its link. If you have “Open external links in default browser” selected,

this will launch the page in your default browser, otherwise it will show in FeedDemon. If is held down, the opposite

will occur.
Added: “Forum” newspaper style
Added: “Mega” newspaper styles (3)
Added: “Popbox” newspaper styles (2)
Added: “Nightfall” newspaper style
Added: “Manage cache” added to File menu, which enables moving FeedDemon’s cache folder
Added: Support for XP SP2’s local machine zone lockdown
Added: FeedDemon now enables drag-and-drop of URLs onto its main window. If the URL is a newsfeed, then FeedDemon will show

the “New Channel” wizard; if it’s an OPML file, it will show the “New Group” wizard; otherwise, it will navigate to that URL

in the integrated browser.
Added: Drag-and-drop reordering of channel bar groups
Added: Desktop alert can now be dragged
Added: “Show validation errors in new channels” added to General page in Options. When this is enabled (which it is by

default), FeedDemon will check new channels for well-formedness and display an error dialog if any problems are found. This

dialog includes a link to the Feed Validator, so authors can check their feeds for additional problems. Note that this dialog

doesn’t prevent subscribing to a feed – it simply warns that the feed contains errors which might affect how FeedDemon

displays it.
Added: FeedDemon’s popup blocker can now be overridden by holding down
Added: Support for BlogJet, BlogWizard and ecto (1.0 RC4 or later) as “BlogThis” tools
Added: Timeout setting added to connection options
Added: “Import OPML File” added to File menu (this was possible in 1.0, but wasn’t explicit)
Changed: The default newspaper filter is now “Unread News” instead of “Today’s News”
Changed: The default value for automatically marking items as read has changed from five seconds to three seconds
Changed: The cleanup wizard now remembers your selections
Changed: Hiding the filter bar now removes the keyword filter
Changed: The max # of channels per group has been increased from 500 to 999
Changed: Rearranged browser-related toolbuttons to accomodate new “Web Search”
Changed: Removed “View address bar” (address bar is now always visible)
Changed: In previous releases the newspaper filter would be hidden when not applicable, but now it’s simply disabled
Changed: When a channel fails to update due to a connection problem (404, etc.), the error icon is no longer removed after

clicking it in the channel bar
Changed: Pressing Enter while typing keywords into a watch now adds the current entry to the list of keywords
Changed: The collapsed/expanded state of channel bar groups is now retained
Changed: The system tray “info balloon” has been replaced with an Outlook-style desktop alert
Changed: Trial version now allows 20 days rather than 30 uses
Changed: OPML files that are missing type=”rss” are still imported, so long as each outline node uses the xmlUrl attribute.
Fixed: Cleanup wizard fails to remove news items
Fixed: “CDATA error” in newspaper with feeds containing a null (hex 00) character
Fixed: EOF error when showing newspaper if cache folder contains a single quote or ampersand
Fixed: News item sort order not retained
Fixed: Auto-discovery shows incorrect newsfeed URL when browsing pages which contain Google AdSense ads
Fixed: Local feeds are always re-parsed even when they haven’t been modified since the last update
Fixed: If a channel is deleted, the summary will contain a “ghost” of that channel if FeedDemon is abnormally shutdown
Fixed: Read items sporadically being marked as unread
Fixed: Double-clicking a news item when the preview is hidden doesn’t re-display the preview
Fixed: Newspaper filter dropdown doesn’t appear after moving cache to a UNC folder
Fixed: Current news item doesn’t appear in browser after clicking splitter to unhide the browser
Fixed: Search channels extend beyond height of “New Search Channel” dialog
Fixed: Access violation when clicking newspaper filter selection immediately after typing a URL in the address bar
Fixed: IntelliPoint 4.x “Scroll one page at a time” (WHEEL_PAGESCROLL) not supported in news item list
Fixed: Watches fail to treat the | character as a word delimiter when matching whole words only
Fixed: Channel bar hints show last update date/time as GMT instead of local date/time
Fixed: FeedDemon fails to detect the in OPML files whose titles are contained in CDATA sections<br /> Fixed: Favorites menu incorrectly draws items containing an ampersand<br /> Fixed: FeedDemon resets the language the first time a new beta is started, but the welcome wizard still shows the previously</p> <p>-selected language<br /> Fixed: FeedDemon incorrectly handles OPML links which use the feed:// protocol<br /> Fixed: Hiding browser leaves browser toolbar showing<br /> Fixed: Feeds with line feeds in their titles can’t be added<br /> Fixed: Back/forward buttons aren’t correctly handled with all mouse drivers<br /> Fixed: Double-clicking system tray icon when alert is showing doesn’t bring FeedDemon to the front<br /> Fixed: Address bar shows incorrect URL after prolonged use with multiple browser tabs<br /> Fixed: After right-clicking on empty browser tab to show context menu, context menu appears again when left-clicking anywhere</p> <p>else<br /> Fixed: Single key reading with spacebar doesn’t work with search results<br /> Fixed: Items in search results don’t show their source channel name in FeedDemon’s newspaper<br /> Fixed: Channel bar context menu doesn’t display when clicking a group caption<br /> Fixed: Title not extracted from entries in Atom feeds<br /> Fixed: Search box disappears after clicking “Search” button with no search keyword specified<br /> Fixed: Context menu doesn’t appear when right-clicking on search textbox<br /> Fixed: Group captions in the channel bar always use MS Sans Serif font<br /> Fixed: Clicking a feed validator link displays the “New Channel” wizard<br /> Fixed: Refresh toolbutton fails to refresh the browser when viewing an external site<br /> Fixed: pipe characters in channel names cause channel bar tooltip to be truncated<br /> Fixed: When current month is January, the “Last month” filter fails to show news items published in December. Likewise, the</p> <p>“Last week” filter fails to show items published the last week of December when it’s currently the first week in January.<br /> Fixed: Max HTTP connections setting (Tools > Options > Connection) doesn’t register keyboard input<br /> Fixed: Synchronize with OPML doesn’t show or use htmlUrl, causing channel <link> to be left empty<br /> Fixed: Synchronize with OPML always considers newsfeed URLs containing & as new<br /> Fixed: When using XP’s classic theme, or when running on a version of Windows prior to XP, the channel bar and the news item</p> <p>list use different scrollbar styles<br /> Fixed: When creating a new channel group, the OPML URL is always set to the same URL as the last time the dialog was shown,</p> <p>regardless of whether a URL is in the clipboard<br /> Fixed: Channel properties shows overlapped text on large font displays<br /> Fixed: Deleting a channel group fails with read-only OPML files<br /> Fixed: Resizing main window causes browser splitter to jump to right side<br /> Fixed: Web pages that use JavaScript to resize themselves or hide their scrollbars may display incorrectly in FeedDemon<br /> Fixed: Garbage in status bar and other UI elements on Japanese Windows<br /> Fixed: FeedDemon doesn’t restore from a minimized window when called by another application</p> <p>——————————————————————————–</p> <p>Known Issues<br /> FeedDemon’s date calculations are ISO 8601 compliant, which means that they treat Monday as the first day of the week. As a</p> <p>result, grouping news items by date may show Sunday of the current week as “Last Week.”<br /> Although FeedDemon supports Unicode (see below), Unicode characters in channel titles may not display correctly in</p> <p>FeedDemon’s channel bar.<br /> Since Windows 98 and Windows ME don’t fully support Unicode, FeedDemon must be run on Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows</p> <p>2003 for it to correctly display Unicode newsfeeds.<br /> In rare cases, JavaScript bugs in Web pages may result in FeedDemon displaying a “Floating point exception” error message.</p> <p>This error message may prevent these pages from being displayed in FeedDemon’s browser, but it is otherwise harmless.<br /> FeedDemon internally maps elements in Atom feeds to RSS, so features of Atom newsfeeds that aren’t available in RSS may not</p> <p>be supported.<br /> Technical Support<br /> Please refer to the following online resources for the latest technical support information:<br /> Support Home – http://www.bradsoft.com/support/<br /> Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) – http://www.bradsoft.com/support/faq/<br /> Support Forums – http://www.bradsoft.com/forums/<br /> Minimum System Requirements<br /> 300MHz PC running Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP or 2003<br /> Internet Explorer 6<br /> 64MB RAM or OS minimum (whichever is greater)</p> </div><!-- .entry-content --> <footer class="entry-footer"> <span class="posted-on"><span class="screen-reader-text">发布于 </span><a href="http://blog.axqd.net/?p=320" rel="bookmark"><time class="entry-date published updated" datetime="2004-06-25T17:34:09+08:00">2004 年 6 月 25 日</time></a></span><span class="cat-links"><span class="screen-reader-text">分类 </span><a href="http://blog.axqd.net/?cat=6" rel="category">挨踢技术</a></span><span class="tags-links"><span class="screen-reader-text">标签 </span><a href="http://blog.axqd.net/?tag=design" rel="tag">design</a>、<a href="http://blog.axqd.net/?tag=feed-daemon" rel="tag">feed-daemon</a></span><span class="comments-link"><a href="http://blog.axqd.net/?p=320#comments"><span class="screen-reader-text">FeedDemon醒目</span>有3条评论</a></span> </footer><!-- .entry-footer --> </article><!-- #post-320 --> <article id="post-316" class="post-316 post type-post status-publish format-standard hentry category-diary tag-feed-daemon"> <header class="entry-header"> <h2 class="entry-title"><a href="http://blog.axqd.net/?p=316" rel="bookmark">WB真没用</a></h2> </header><!-- .entry-header --> <div class="entry-content"> <p>我还不如用FeedDemon连到网站上写字,晕…</p> </div><!-- .entry-content --> <footer class="entry-footer"> <span class="posted-on"><span class="screen-reader-text">发布于 </span><a href="http://blog.axqd.net/?p=316" rel="bookmark"><time class="entry-date published updated" datetime="2004-05-19T17:27:49+08:00">2004 年 5 月 19 日</time></a></span><span class="cat-links"><span class="screen-reader-text">分类 </span><a href="http://blog.axqd.net/?cat=5" rel="category">心情日记</a></span><span class="tags-links"><span class="screen-reader-text">标签 </span><a href="http://blog.axqd.net/?tag=feed-daemon" rel="tag">feed-daemon</a></span><span class="comments-link"><a href="http://blog.axqd.net/?p=316#respond"><span class="screen-reader-text">于WB真没用</span>留下评论</a></span> </footer><!-- .entry-footer --> </article><!-- #post-316 --> </main><!-- .site-main --> </section><!-- .content-area --> </div><!-- .site-content --> <footer id="colophon" class="site-footer" role="contentinfo"> <div class="site-info"> <a href="https://cn.wordpress.org/" class="imprint"> 自豪地采用WordPress </a> </div><!-- .site-info --> </footer><!-- .site-footer --> </div><!-- .site --> <!-- WebPlayer Yahoo! plugin v. 2.1.0 (Begin) --> <script type="text/javascript"> var YWPParams = { theme: "black", termDetection: "off", autoplay: false, autoadvance: true, volume: 0.5, playlink: media-only, displaystate: 0, defaultalbumart: "http://www.pivari.com/fabrizio-pivari-205x205.jpg", wmodeoverride: true }; </script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://webplayer.yahooapis.com/player.js"></script> <!-- WebPlayer Yahoo! plugin v. 2.1.0 (End) --> <script type='text/javascript' src='http://blog.axqd.net/wp-content/themes/twentyfifteen/js/skip-link-focus-fix.js?ver=20141010'></script> <script type='text/javascript'> /* <![CDATA[ */ var screenReaderText = {"expand":"<span class=\"screen-reader-text\">\u5c55\u5f00\u5b50\u83dc\u5355<\/span>","collapse":"<span class=\"screen-reader-text\">\u6298\u53e0\u5b50\u83dc\u5355<\/span>"}; /* ]]> */ </script> <script type='text/javascript' src='http://blog.axqd.net/wp-content/themes/twentyfifteen/js/functions.js?ver=20150330'></script> <script type='text/javascript' src='http://blog.axqd.net/wp-includes/js/wp-embed.min.js?ver=5.2.3'></script> </body> </html>