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Topic # 42800 11-Oct-2009 13:10
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Hi all,


I use NetNewsWire on the Mac for getting my RSS fix each day,  I've noticed over the last couple of days a few of the threads are being shown up as new threads.


Has there been a change in the way that the RSS feeds are produced?


At this stage I'm going to shrug it off as something odd with the combination of software I'm using.


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  Reply # 263267 11-Oct-2009 13:35
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This is expected. Whenever there's a new reply to a topic it will be updated and show up in the feeds.






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  Reply # 263269 11-Oct-2009 13:39
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Cheers Mauricio.

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