Hello, I think I might have discovered a bug in Quite-RSS:
When I read an article of a feed, it gets flagged as "read". Then I change it back to "unread", because I want to read it again at a later time. So far, so good.
But when I switch to another feed and then go back to to the first feed, the last article I had marked manually as "unread" automatically switches back to "read".
This is the default behaviour if you select the following option:
Main menu->Options->Feeds->Reading->Mark news as read: on selecting. With timeout 0 seconds.
I also think that the article switches back to "read" because it gets selected when I open the feed again, but why does this only happen with feeds where I manually set articles as "unread" before?
When I switch between feeds, normally none of the articles of the feed is selected automatically (and none is marked as "read").
Only when I switch to feeds where I manually set a read article to "unread" before, that article gets selected automatically (and is set to "read" again).
I believe this happens because Quite-RSS remembers the last selected article of a feed and it automatically selects this article when you return to that feed. Is this really intended?
Oh, sorry, you're right. It's not a bug. But it is another setting in the options which was causing this behavior:
Under "Options" → "Feeds" → "Opening feed" the option "Position on last opened news" was selected. I've changed this to "Nothing to do" and now it's working as I expected it to do.