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Here’s a quick tidbit on a new feature of Safari 3 in Leopard. The RSS button in the address bar now support multiple feeds for sites that have them. Occasionally a site will have separate feeds for different sections of their site and other times they’ll […]

RSS Multi-Feed Support

Here’s a quick tidbit on a new feature of Safari 3 in Leopard. The RSS button in the address bar now support multiple feeds for sites that have them.

Occasionally a site will have separate feeds for different sections of their site and other times they’ll have different formats of the same feed (such as RSS and Atom).

Firefox has long had this feature so I’m glad to see that Safari finally came around.

Thanks Luke Martin for the tip.

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  1. Good, that you mentioned different use of feeds (posts, comments, etc). At first I was just confused when that pop-up menu opened with 2 same feeds with different types only.

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