10 thoughts on “Growing tensions

  1. Any way of adjusting the RSS feed operation? Cause it seems to do the exact opposite ATM of what myself and the rest of the browser plugin-using crowd are looking for (finding feeds in separate tabs, that is)

    1. Oh, what do you mean exactly? (sorry, I don’t really know what I’m doing with it, I just linked to the RSS feeds that wordpress generated on its own)

    1. Ah, I see. That is incredibly frustrating. I use a plugin called manga+press which is great for managing multiple comics on the one site but it doesn’t have any built in RSS management that I can find and I have no idea why it can only find the blog and comment RSS feeds.

      The only thing I can think of is to follow the comic RSS link in the sidebar and grab the feed from that tab.

  2. “Follow the RSS link in the sidebar and grab the feed from that tab”

    Which…doesn’t work. At best, generates an ‘open file’ dialog in Firefox, assuming my preference is for stand alone RSS readers,which it isn’t…*is puzzled*

  3. You guys must have worked out the RSS issue, because it worked fine for me using the Firefox extension FeedBro.

    1. Okay, I take it back. The RSS feed for what I thought was the comic is actually for the Author’s Comments. You know, where Lee lets us know what’s going on.

    2. Lee, there is a line near the top of the webpage source file that makes a reference to the Feed for the page. It is pointing to your Blog rather than the Comic. If you can change https://coalpoweredpress.com/feed/ to https://coalpoweredpress.com/series/bridgedflickered/feed/ that would fix the RSS grab issue.

      Meanwhile, for users of FeedBro (and others I’ll bet), RIGHT-CLICK on the RSS symbol on the right side, and select Copy Link Location to grab the Comic RSS Feed. Take that to FeedBro and create a new feed.

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