PulpFiction

PulpFiction 1.2

RSS/Atom feed reader. Featuring a familiar Mail-like interface, PulpFiction will fetch...
 
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PulpFiction is a RSS/Atom feed reader. Featuring a familiar Mail-like interface, PulpFiction will fetch, organize, and display news and articles from thousands of weblogs and websites.
Leveraging Mail's familiar interface and ease of use, PulpFiction throws some serious muscle behind your news reading. Powerful, flexible filters move, mark, and process articles. Flags, sounds, and dock icons alert you to new or important posts. AppleScript support allows you to extend PulpFiction to work with your entire digital hub: Mail, Safari, the Finder, and more. What's New
Version 1.2.2:
- fixed incorrect folder counts
- fixed the negative flagged counts
- set the article list to be scrolled to the top of deleted items when deleting more then one article
- set the article list to scroll to the center when using the space bar to navigate between articles
- added "Default" to article labels, "None" now doesn't show a label if the subscription has one. Default sets the label to show the subscription label if pref to do so is set.
- fixed parsing bug with < signs in article titles.
- set the name of a smart folder to be the subscription's name when a single sub is dragged to the folder view
- fixed the issue where articles didn't appear in a feed in the feed view if their subscription was deleted and then added back in
- updated to the latest version of growl
- growl will now prompt the user to install or upgrade on first use
- added smart folder options for matching by folder, unread, or flagged Version 1.2.2:
- fixed incorrect folder counts
- fixed the negative flagged counts
- set the article list to be scrolled to the top of deleted items when deleting more then one article
- set the article list to scroll to the center when using the space bar to navigate between articles
- added "Default" to article labels, "None" now doesn't show a label if the more... Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.3 or later

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