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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by krs View Post
    If the tweaking of the RSS feed can provide mostly (as in 80 - 90%) Apple related articles, I for one would be happy.
    Appreciate mentioning this. As with any tweak or system...nothing is ever 100% (some less relevant articles could slip thru)...and some additional tweaks may be necessary to better optimize.

    The primary goals of the RSS articles are to:

    - Provide members with information that's relevant to the subject matter of the website.
    - Expose members to "Apple & Apple product" related news they may not have heard of.
    - Generate discussion's as appropriate.

    Please give the tweaks a chance to have an impact. Hopefully from this point forward (after the tweaks)...the quality & relevance of the RSS articles should improve.

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    Does not work Sly.

    Follow your instructions and after adding tomIgnore List a message comes up......

    'OneMoreThing is an administrator. You are not allowed to ignore him or her.'
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    Thanks Harry. KRS beat you to the test. When I suggested that, I forgot that the forum bot is an administrator and forum members don't have the option to ignore an admin.

    Hang in there a bit. If my experience is any indication the feed is becoming more focused on topics that might be of interest to forum members. Yesterday it was showing me a dozen or so feeds and today it is down to three / four feeds -- all Mac/iPhone related.
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    Is OneMoreThing acting up again, or is it just me? I'm seeing a lot of useless (non Apple/Mac) posts again?
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    Kill the bot!
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    If you continue to argue or say bad things about "OneMoreThing" you will be assimilated!

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    Kill Windows 10 and that mean looking Red face above! Grin

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