BUG? Why the Feeds icon beside Print icon can not click ?

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Chinese Boy, Feb 3, 2006.

  1. Chinese Boy

    Chinese Boy Guest

    There's a shortcut icon about Feeds on the tool bar, beside Home icon and
    Print icon, but at first, the Feeds icon is gray, can not click, and I right
    click the tool bar, click "small icon", then the Feeds icon have it's color,
    but when I click it, there's no response. And I have some RSS Link, if I
    click the "Favorite Center" and click Feed icon, I can see and use the Feed,
    but it can not do from the tool bar icon.
    Is it a bug ?
    Chinese Boy, Feb 3, 2006
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    rasmusl Guest

    I think it is suppose to have a color and be clickable only when the site you
    are visiting have an rss feed. And that the feeds you have already added is
    only acceseble from the Favourite center
    rasmusl, Feb 3, 2006
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  3. Chinese Boy

    Chinese Boy Guest

    Yes, I think you are some right, only if there're rss feed which I am
    visiting, the icon will have it's color. But another problem is, though the
    site I'm visiting have rss feed, and the icon have it's color, there's no any
    response when I click the Feeds icon(or the arrow beside it). I don't know
    If when you visit a site and rss feed have it's color and your click will
    get response, please gimme the site URL and let me see if I have the same
    case to ensure whether it's my IE7's problem and thanks.
    Thank you for your reply.
    Chinese Boy, Feb 3, 2006
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    rasmusl Guest

    rasmusl, Feb 4, 2006
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    Chinese Boy Guest

    Chinese Boy, Feb 4, 2006
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    ac0935p Guest

    I have the same issue. Whilst the link provided by Rasmusl provides a page
    which DOES enable the RSS button, the following two sites which both provide
    extensive RSS feeds DO NOT enable the RSS button:


    The Beed is one of the biggest RSS feed providers in Europe, so either they
    aren't adhering to the standard or the IE7 detection algorithm is incomplete.
    ac0935p, Mar 1, 2006
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