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Google Reader only seems to tell you the exact number of unread items you have if it's less than 1,000. If it's more, it will just display "1000+" for the item count. Is there a way I can see the exact number of unread items I have if it's more than 1,000?

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Does it really matters if it's more than a thousand? –  Lipis Nov 2 '10 at 14:43

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there is a userscript that can do this;

http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/12601

Hope this helps.

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