Why such a choice? I find it very useful. With the search folders, it's possible (and easily and quickly) finding interesting articles because the non-interesting ones have been deleted.
Will this function be integrated in a future version?
For me, it is the only negative point of this RSS aggregator.


Le 04/11/2010 12:48, Lars Lindner a écrit :
On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 11:31 AM, R. Moreau <divers@acwed.net> wrote:
Hello,
I use Liferea past few days and I really like the search folders.

But when I delete a item from a feed, automatically and immediately,
Liferea re-downloads it again.
I've read this : http://liferea.sourceforge.net/faq.htm#items-keep-new
I tested my feeds with feedvalidator.org, and they are all OK.
I tested my feeds with akregator and I don't have this problem. When I
delete an item, it's definitively deleted and doesn't come back !

How do I permanently delete a message ? Is there an option to check that
I have not seen ?
You didn't miss an option.

The delete-item feature only makes sense for older items which
are not covered by the feed anymore. Liferea doesn't remember
which items were deleted to avoid refetching them.

With Best Regards,
Lars