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Can Safari do RSS Feeds like Firefox


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Hi , I have problems with my mac feezing. I have done diagnostics and re installed and......etc. someone suggested it could be firefox.

I also wonder if it is the CDMA system I use for connecting to the internet.

But my question before I switch is: Can I have the same drop down menu/ list like FF for my RSS feeds in Safari? I don't want to go to a page to see a list of new post .. I Love the Firefox system..

So can Safair or chrome do this?
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I believe RSS feeds were started in Safari..........I think I remember a keynote about RSS when it came to be
Apple was first on board or Apple's idea?????????


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but can I get the same function as in FF? See photo. Thanks.
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Safari does RSS. Whether or not it looks like FF when it does is something you're going to have to try out for yourself.

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I did try it out and all i got was a new page.. I read some tutorials..but now I am asking here as perhaps someone knew.. looks like I will stick with FF.....
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If RSS is that important to you, I would suggest trying out one of the many RSS clients available for Mac. None of the browsers really do RSS very well IMHO.

Here's some options:
NetNewsWire for Macintosh NetNewsWire
Vienna RSS|The Free and Open Source RSS/Atom Reader for Mac OS X
NewsFire™ (for Mac OS X)

Of course there's also http://reader.google.com

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