Firefox 2.0 breaks client-side XSL for RSS and Atom feeds

L.M. Orchard, OxDECAFBAD, Nov 08, 2006
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Count me among those who doesn't like Firefox's new way of interpreting RSS feeds. Sure, I hate Feedburner styling. Still, at least I'm getting what I clicked on. The other option is to automatically subscribe to RSS feeds. Don't select that. At first I thought it was convenient. But twice in two days now I've simply wanted to see the content, not to subscribe - and Firefox efffectively made it impossible to see the content. Bad browser, bad. See also firefox, rss, xsl - from anger to apathy.
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