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Ability to hide feeds/tags with no unread articles #205

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GLLM opened this Issue Mar 29, 2013 · 5 comments

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GLLM commented Mar 29, 2013

I think I'd definitely use this one : no clutter, only to-check feeds or tags.

Any opinion about this ?

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monreal commented Mar 30, 2013

I requested the same some time ago, see #76

I hope this will be reconsidered though, I agree with you that it would make the interface cleaner. It would especially help on mobile, where you have to scroll a lot right now if there are items in five of your 100 tags and you do not want to use "all tags"

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jan-battenfeld commented Apr 9, 2013

A quick Hack: Copy javascript:$("ul#nav-sources li:has(span.unread:empty)").css('display', 'none') and javascript:$("ul#nav-tags li:has(span.unread:empty)").css('display', 'none') in the adressbar. Unfortunatly the tags refresh erverytime a button is clicked. :(

DoItYourself: Try to bind the above to the two <ul>s and "newest" button with .on(click, li, .....
A simpler and cleaner way would be to change the generation of the unread tags, but I have only limited time atm

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brunob commented Apr 20, 2013

👍 for that feature request too :)

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GLLM commented Jun 14, 2013

I need to find some time and try code something for this item, if this is within my abilities :)

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