What, You Want 10 More Tiny FeedDemon Tips?

OK, but this is it!  You can…

  1. …in the address bar, type define: followed by a keyword to get a definition of that keyword (ex: define:spam)
  2. …toggle which actions to confirm by clicking the "Confirmations" button in FeedDemon’s options
  3. …move between browser tabs by pressing CTRL+TAB and SHIFT+CTRL+TAB
  4. …copy a feed URL to the clipboard by right-clicking the feed, then selecting Copy > Copy Feed Address
  5. …import your feeds from Bloglines by selecting File > Import Feeds, then choosing "Import from an external source" and selecting Bloglines
  6. …move the mouse over a hyperlink to show its URL in the status bar
  7. …move the mouse over a browser tab to show the full title and address of the page
  8. …drop down the address bar to revisit a page you’ve already browsed
  9. …print a newspaper page by right-clicking in it and selecting "Print"
  10. …decrease the amount of memory and storage space FeedDemon uses by right-clicking the root "Subscriptions" folder, selecting Folder Properties, adjusting the "Archiving" setting (try 100 instead of 200), then choosing "Apply to ALL feeds in ALL folders" after pressing OK.

PS: If you missed them, be sure to read part 1, part 2 and part 3 of this series.

4 thoughts on “What, You Want 10 More Tiny FeedDemon Tips?

  1. Not knowing any other way to bring this to your attention, I thought I’d do so here.
    I believe the NG Toolbar is responsible for buffer overruns in IE7. After removing it, my system’s performance improved significantly.

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  2. Hi Nick. Just wanted to drop in and say hello. I read your blog now and then and use your products. I’m a little confused why almost all of your blog posts are about feeddemon when it seems your flagship product is TopStyle. The browser wars are heating up, new standards like xhtml 2.0, html 5 and css 3 are almost upon us. Any news on TopStyle and how it will accommodate all this? Thanks.

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  3. @zulithe: the main reason I don’t blog much about TopStyle these days is that we’ve hired another developer to work on the next version. It’s shaping up to be a very nice release, with a number of features that customers have been wanting for a long time. I can’t say much more than that right now, but our hope is to have TS4 in beta within the next couple of months.

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