Hello all. Long-time user of FeedDemon and looking for new options because it no longer allows you to play embedded videos in articles. New to QuiteRSS and, although I think the UI is currently better in FeedDemon (e.g., showing listing of all feed articles with partial views of each in browser when specific article not highlighted, presentation/css of articles in browser is cleaner), QuiteRSS might be worth switching to.
Wanted to make you aware that QuiteRSS is crashing each time I click on the video in this article (via this feed). The log doesn't show anything that would suggest why.
this is a well known issue related to the used Qt version.
if you want to run Youtube videos in QuiteRSS please switch to version 0.17.7.
The interface and the Qt handling will be improved in the already announced new QuiteRSS2.
Thanks for the quick response Sheldon. I will switch to that version and look forward to getting to know QuiteRSS better. Nice work you're doing here.
I'm seeing items in my 0.17.7 debug.log file like:
Can you tell me what these are please? I'm trying to troubleshoot why QuiteRSS isn't showing certain articles in a feed that RSSOwl shows and wondering if they are being rejected for some reason. Thanks.
Please provide the feed urls.
PMed you links. Thanks.
The host server seems to respond quite slowly. So I assume your problem to be related to the connection.
Please modify the network connection settings
Request timeout (my setting = 300)
Number of requests (my setting = 10)
Number of retries (my setting = 10)
Tools -> Options - Network connections.
That should help.
Thanks Sheldon. After making your suggested changes, I'm still seeing "CRITICAL" items in my log and also still seeing the differences in articles between RSSOwl and QuiteRSS. Not sure what's causing it; perhaps it's a problem on the host server.
It depends on how often the XML file is updated on host side. If this happens quite often and both readers don't get it at the same time they probably never will be in synch.
I involved our project manager. Maybe he has another idea.
All is correct.
"CRITICAL" - Debug information, do not pay attention.