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DevToday is not a bad tool. I personally still dislike the UI, too many bold blue fonts and italics never look any good on a screen.

However, the biggest problem I have with DevToday is that it continues to show content that I have already looked at. I should be able to indicate that I no longer want a particular article, weblog, etc to appear.

Cheers,

Scott

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  • Posted on Apr 21, 2004 at 05:00 PM

    Hi Scott,

    > However, the biggest problem I have with DevToday is

    > that it continues to show content that I have already

    > looked at. I should be able to indicate that I no

    > longer want a particular article, weblog, etc to

    > appear.

    Just click the little icon next to the title of the document it will gray out the post and cross out the title. As soon as you refresh the page the article/weblog/note is gone.

    It's great to get a request for a feature that is already available 😊

    Best, Mark.

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