Court Records

RSS Feed and others
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Author:  Croik [ Tue Oct 09, 2007 4:45 pm ]
Post subject:  RSS Feed and others

Court Records now has a working RSS feed. Subscribe to keep track of the latest updates!

Today I've also updated some cosplay pics, more of the script for case 3-5, a wallpaper, and some icons!

And speaking of cosplay, some of us are trying to get a GS4 group together for Anime North (held in Toronto, the weekend of may 23rd). That's a long way away, but it can't hurt to be prepared! So far we have Odoroki, Kyouya, Lamiroir, Minuki, Kirihito, Ema, even Daian and Romaine! The more the merrier, so if you're gonna be in Canada come May, you might as well come in costume!

Author:  Rebochan [ Tue Oct 09, 2007 5:38 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: RSS Feed and others

This may sound silly, but how do I subscribe to the feed? :sadshoe:

Author:  Wooster [ Tue Oct 09, 2007 6:31 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: RSS Feed and others

Rebochan wrote:
This may sound silly, but how do I subscribe to the feed? :sadshoe:

If your browser detects a feed, by default it will show the RSS icon, normally on the right end of the URL. If you're in FireFox on Windows, I know it gives you a few web based defaults, like On the Mac in the preferences of which ever browser you use, you should see a drop down for whatever application you want to manage your feeds. (Personally I use Shrook).

But I'm sure other users are more informed then I am in RSS feed management.

Author:  Rebochan [ Tue Oct 09, 2007 6:39 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: RSS Feed and others

For whatever reason, I didn't get any RSS icons like I normally do, but I was able to subscribe through my Bookmarks menu on Firefox. So all is now well :edgy:

Author:  Browzilla [ Fri Oct 12, 2007 1:48 am ]
Post subject:  Hurrah for Wooster!

Yay RSS! Wooster is my hero for the week

Browser readers usually suck.

If you use many computers and want access from them all, try Google Reader or Bloglines.

If you want something in Firefox, I liked Sage, an extension. Better than the built-in junk.

Opera has a decent built-in reader.

And on OS X, I use Vienna, although many like NetNewsWire.
Then just look around in your reader of choice and find out how to add the link.

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