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reviewed Approve Where can I find recent snowfall totals for a city?
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comment How can I import my Google Reader shared items into Facebook?
Unfortunately, it appears that this feature has since been removed.
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comment Is there another way to mark a recommended item as “Not Interested” in Google Reader?
I guess typically it should be that way. :) Please feel free to add the info from my comment into your answer! (Of course, with the usual attribution.)
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accepted Is there another way to mark a recommended item as “Not Interested” in Google Reader?
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comment Is there another way to mark a recommended item as “Not Interested” in Google Reader?
Great idea! That put me onto the idea of, instead, hitting n to scroll to the next item without opening it (the bottom bar will be available). Thanks!
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comment Is there another way to mark a recommended item as “Not Interested” in Google Reader?
Added a comment that I use Firefox, to clarify.
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revised Is there another way to mark a recommended item as “Not Interested” in Google Reader?
Added comment that I use Firefox
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comment Is there another way to mark a recommended item as “Not Interested” in Google Reader?
@Eight: Thank you anyway!
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comment Is there another way to mark a recommended item as “Not Interested” in Google Reader?
@Eight: Tried it on another computer and it did the same thing; are you using the script in Greasemonkey on Firefox?
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comment Is there another way to mark a recommended item as “Not Interested” in Google Reader?
That sounds perfect. It doesn't mark the X for "Not Interested", though; that makes me wonder if it is having the intended effect. Also, Firefox's web console logs a message like Network: POST https://www.google.com/reader/api/0/edit-tag?client=scroll [HTTP/1.1 200 OK 547ms] only when I use the "Not Interested" link, not when I use the Shift + L keyboard shortcut. How can I be sure it really works?
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