[request] RSS feed for forum thread tracking
#1
yo,

i wonder if that's possible..

having an rss feed subscription for a specific thread only - can this be done?
right now i see the possibility to get a feed for the complete board and one for a specific category, but not for a single thread. would be cool though, because one could monitor outside if there are new posts in his very own thread or in a thread of interest.
cheers,azido :;):
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#2
See? Descriptive title. Was that so difficult?
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#3
hacky workaround: subscribe to threads with a fake gmail address, subscribe to fake gmail address's rss feed.
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#4
interesting workaround...will have to give it a try :-)
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#5
althekiller Wrote:See? Descriptive title. Was that so difficult?

i was hitting "submit" too fast. seems like when you edit title afterwards, changes will be displayed on your post then, but not in the thread list. so don't bite me for that, seems to be a vbulletin/ ordinary user rights thing Huh

i had the same "issue" on another thread where i've put [question] in front and afterwards i found it is [windows] specific - so i tried to change that title. it appeared on my post, but still shows [question] in the thread list. see for yourself: http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=55619

rwparris2 Wrote:hacky workaround: subscribe to threads with a fake gmail address, subscribe to fake gmail address's rss feed.

mh. how to subscribe to a fake gmail adress's rss feed since it's fake?Rolleyes the feed address is most likely http://mail.google.com/mail/feed/atom with no user assigned to that. so i guess to use it on an external reader i've to put in username/password first, aight? Wink [url=http://user:[email protected]/mail/feed/atom]
Code:
[/url][url]http://user:[email protected]/mail/feed/atom[/url]
will do the job for sure, but has to exist.

but since i actually have a gmail adress i found the workaround: subscribe to threads with email notification on and get them rss'ed from gmail. neat idea Smile
cheers,azido :;):
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