looks a little like how safari does rss, except i like the use of 
categories when there


David Meade wrote:

>Hi all.  So I just downloaded the latest beta for IE7.  I had a drink
>handy so that I could easily recover from all of the "HAH! FireFox
>already does that!" shouting I was going to do.
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>As expected, there was alot of "oh why to copy someone else ... again" ...
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>But, I did (generally) like the way it does RSS.  Checkout the screenshot:
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>Screenshot:
>http://www.davidmeade.com/Pics/ie7rss.png
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>Notice the filter/sorting options.  it read in all the category tags
>from my feed and lets me filter the listing based on them.  Thats
>pretty cool.  (you can also see the direct link it added for
>enclosures).  It also has pretty good subscription features, letting
>you automatically download enclosed items.
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>Anyway I REALLY liked the RSS filtering/sorting thing and wanted to
>share, but I was rather concerned that IE7 completely ignored the XML
>style sheet that should have been applied to the feed.  I mean ...
>people make those for a reason.
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