KNTRO

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  1. wesson, Hello. Thank you so much for your reply. Don't worry about delay — We're all busy nowadays. Oh, so the word chronological has a different sense in English, as in Spanish it means "from oldest to newest", as in a timeline. Thanks for this headsup‼ Best regards.
  2. Hello again! I'd like to ask about 2 more strings: 294464: I think it's not "Microsoft Live account" any more, but just "Microsoft account", isn't it? 294672: I think chronological order and by oldest first is the same thing. So, I guess this string needs to be rewritten @wessonCould you check them and confirm them, please? Thanks a lot in advance.
  3. This is what happens to me: Inoreader doesn't autodetect any feed by itself. Here are some other feeds to test: https://mastodon.social/users/bonber.atom https://mastodon.club/users/yoyo308.atom https://mastodon.cloud/users/execute.atom https://social.targaryen.house/users/gulnor.atom https://mastodones.club/users/son_link.atom I forgot to say I'm using Inoreader Beta. Maybe that's the reason? Thanks in advance again.
  4. Hello, I tried to add an Mastodon's Atom feed —like this one for instance [yes, it's empty for now]— and Inoreader rejected it. Then I checked for its W3C validation and it seemed not to validate. However, for testing purposes, I tried to subsribe to that Atom feed by using other aggregators / webfeed related services —Blogtrottr, Feedly, Netvibes, NewsBlur, The Old Reader, etc— and they all seems to correctly detect and subscribe to Mastodon's Atom feeds. Moreover — I got in touch with the very same Mastodon social network creator and asked about this so supposed "not validate" thing and he replied to me: So, I was wondering if you could add support for Mastodon's Atom feeds, please, as it seems it works perfect with all others webfeed readers I have tried. Thanks a lot in advance!
  5. Thank you a lot, wesson! I will work on those strings right now.
  6. Hello, There are some stings that need to be reviewed, in my opinion. 295812: Is it intend or intent? 292910: The singular string just says hour, and not %s hour as I've seen in others singular strings. 293168: Is it actual or current? 293823, 293824 & 293825: these strings are related to YouTube's RSS feeds. They say YT no longer supports them. But that's not true. 294148: Release to open website. Should it be Release to open webpage instead? Thanks for reading.
  7. Hello, I'm the localizer for the Español (Argentina) [Spanish (Argentina)] locale and have a couple of things to talk about. Today I would like to make a general suggestion. My first localization suggestion actually begins with a question: what is the criteria for the language order at Inoreader's Preferences menu? Please, take a look at the attached screenshot. I would like to suggest this: Option A: use language names [in self language]: Romanian alphabet languages + Non Romanian alphabet languages; or Option B: use language names [in self language]: Non Romanian alphabet languages + Romanian alphabet languages Option A would be something as follows: Bahasa Indonesia [Indonesian language] Català [Catalan] Deutsch [German] English Español (Argentina) [Spanish (Argentina)] Español (España) [Spanish (Spain)] Français [French] Italiano [Italian] Magyar [Hungarian] Nederlandse taal [Dutch language] Polski [Polish] Português (Brasil) [Portuguese (Brazil)] Português (Portugal) [Portuguese (Portugal)] Română [Romanian] Slovenský [Slovak] Svenska [Swedish] Tiếng Việt [Vietnamese] Türk [Turkish] اللغة العربية [Arabic language] български [Bulgarian] 简体中文 [Chinese (Simplified)] 繁體中文 [Chinese (Traditional)] Ελληνική [Greek] 日本語 [Japanese] 한국어 [Korean] زبان فارسي [Persian language] русский [Russian] українська мова [Ukrainian language] Option B would be something as follows: اللغة العربية [Arabic language] български [Bulgarian] 简体中文 [Chinese (Simplified)] 繁體中文 [Chinese (Traditional)] Ελληνική [Greek] 日本語 [Japanese] 한국어 [Korean] زبان فارسي [Persian language] русский [Russian] українська мова [Ukrainian language] Bahasa Indonesia [Indonesian language] Català [Catalan] Deutsch [German] English Español (Argentina) [Spanish (Argentina)] Español (España) [Spanish (Spain)] Français [French] Italiano [Italian] Magyar [Hungarian] Nederlandse taal [Dutch language] Polski [Polish] Português (Brasil) [Portuguese (Brazil)] Português (Portugal) [Portuguese (Portugal)] Română [Romanian] Slovenský [Slovak] Svenska [Swedish] Tiếng Việt [Vietnamese] Türk [Turkish] I'd like to suggest any of the these options instead of the current language sort which's no sense to me. What do you think about this? Thanks in advance for reading.
  8. Hello again! I could solve this by just signing out from the Windows Store app and then trying to install it again. Now, I could install it and it works like a charm! So, you can mark this thread as solved! Thank you.
  9. Hello wesson! The error message says something like: "Try [it] again. There's a problem/trouble/issue/glitch from us. Wait a bit/little", and nothing else happens.
  10. Hello all! My first post here. I'm trying to install the Inoreader app on Windows 10 Mobile but it won't install at all. I've got an error message after clicking the button to install, in the Windows Store. Here's the specs: Windows 10 Mobile Version: 1607 Build: 10.0.14393.189 Firmware: 02074.00000.15234.28003 Any idea about this? Thanks in advance!