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embedded images remains in the next articles!

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nowak
2012-07-30
2012-08-29
  • nowak
    nowak
    2012-07-30

    Hello,

    as in the title, embedded images remains at all news articles (untill a next
    image arrive), just in one feed not in others ?

    what it could be ? help please.

    Nice day everybody.

    Jan

     
  • genodeftest
    genodeftest
    2012-07-30

    Hi

    can you try turning JavaScript off (in "Preferences | Browser"). Does it work
    as a workaround?

    Seems like the internal browser (most often XULRunner, the Core of Firefox)
    can't parse those files correctly. There is nothing I could do about that now.

     
  • nowak
    nowak
    2012-07-31

    Thanks a lot.

    It changes nothing :-(

    still the same problem.

     
  • nowak
    nowak
    2012-08-02

    Hello,

    I have tried to turn off JavaScript, but it changes nothing.

    Strangely it happens only with the feeds from just 1 place (domain),

    even with the "display embedded images in articles" off, I get only 2 lines of
    text in the articles ! but no more repeating images.

    The feeds from other places work fine.

    That's the pity because otherwise, I really like the RSSowl, but I absolutely
    need the "problematic" feed.

    Hope I can resolve this problem.

    Have a nice day.

     
  • genodeftest
    genodeftest
    2012-08-04

    Sorry, I don't know how to fix this. You can as a workaround disable "display
    empedded images in articles" for this specific feed, but that is no fix…

     
  • nowak
    nowak
    2012-08-05

    Thanks for your reply.

    This is what I am doing (disable "display empedded images in articles" for
    this specific feed), but still have only 2 first lines of each article on this
    feed.

    Have a nice day.

     
  • genodeftest
    genodeftest
    2012-08-11

    Ok, are you sure this feed does not provide more than 2 lines of text?

     
  • nowak
    nowak
    2012-08-12

    Yes, absolutely sure.

    In any cases, with or without "display embedded images in articles" option.