Brian L Johnson wrote:
> Blinky the Shark wrote:
>>> Well, it shouldn't *need* it. Tell you what... can you go to <URL:
>>> http://news.bbc.co.uk/ > and, at the right-hand end of the URL bar, look
>>> for a small blue RSS icon. See it? Click it. M2 should ask you
>>> whether you want to subscribe to yada yada yada. Click 'Yes'
>>> TBH I can't remember what happens next, but if I were writing the code,
>> A new tab opens, with two panes that look the same as if I were reading
> That's good. :)
>> except that they're empty.
> That's bad. :(
Life's like that, innit? :)
> Okay, I've just done a new clean install and, without doing anything else,
> typed in 'http://news.bbc.co.uk/' and clicked the RSS icon. "Do you want
> to subscribe to yada yada" Clicked Yes.
> Two panes open up, and the top one fills up with 30 articles from the
> Beeb. The bottom pane shows the first article. Exactly as it's supposed to
Hey, you got my articles! :)
> So, what you have there, friend, is what we in the business call... a
> problem. <g>
> Let me have a look around...
> Okay, is yours an upgrade of a previous Opera? There's a chap over in
> Message-ID: <dhbhlm$ol1$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> who also couldn't get an RSS
> feed. His problem was that... well, you can read it, but the solution was
> that he had to close Opera, open the opera6.ini file (the one located at
> the Preferences section of Help|AboutOpera ) and change this:
> Show e-mail client=0
> to this:
> Show e-mail client=1
> Do you have that?
I can't do that, Dave.
But I can ADD a "Show e-mail client=" line and set it to 1. :)
Okay, now what?
Note that Feeds/ReadFeeds does nothing.
Note that I've had Mail in my Main Menu all along, and as far as I
remember from earlier versions, the Show E-mail command just
shows/hides that Main Menu entry.
> Oh, I nearly forgot... are you on dial-up? Broadband?
Dialup. But that's okay, this is only a test.
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