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Friday, September 10th 2004, 11:05pm

Is anyone able to get Konqui to work at ? The feeds are displayed in frames via some sort of javascript function that doesn't seem to work right. Firefox is fine with it. I'm on SuSE Linux 9.1/KDE 3.2.1. Thanks.




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Saturday, September 11th 2004, 1:12am

Although i do not subsribe to bloglines, the homepage seemed to display correctly. kde 3.3.0, suse 9.1


Saturday, September 11th 2004, 2:06am

Thanks for taking a look, seb. Yes the homepage is fine, but if you did subscribe and then try to access their interface for reading feeds, you would see two columns, one left and one on the right. You click the feed name on the left and the right column becomes the latest headlines from that source. When you hover over the feed names, a tooltip indicates it leads to some kind of javascript action. That is what won't work in Konqui, but that does work fine in FF. Thanks again for looking.



Saturday, September 11th 2004, 5:27am


Original von Bryce

When you hover over the feed names, a tooltip indicates it leads to some kind of javascript action.

Do you use the popup blocking feature in the JavaScript settings?
Maybe that's the culprit. Try setting it to allow any popup, just for a test.


Saturday, September 11th 2004, 2:43pm

I normally have it set to "Smart", so as a matter of fact I did just that. I set it to Allow All but it had no effect. It's not really a popup though, it seems to be a way the two frames communicate or something. I don't know much about how js works. Thanks for the suggestion though cmbofh.



Monday, September 13th 2004, 11:11am

I get exactly the same problem. The Javascript popup setting makes no difference (and I wouldn't expect it to, as the javascript isn't doing anything with popups). I find that if I create a folder on bloglines, then clicking on the folder does work (but that loads all the feeds in that folder, which isn't ideal). I can't work out why the one works and not the other, and javascript debugger doesn't help.

In the language of the page:
The links with javascript:doLoadf(x,y,z) don't do anything,
while the links with javascript:doLoadFolder(x,y) work fine.

If you want to see a page that shows this without subscribing, look here:

I guess this is a bug if confirmed, but I normally like to post more specific bug reports i.e. when I have some idea of what isn't working, or reduce it so a simple case. In this case it seems that the doLoadf() function isn't even called, and from the source I can't see any reason why.