>Great program Ed! Thanks!
>It installed nicely and worked the first time I put a
>keyword into it.
>I wasn't too sure what to expect but it makes a tedious job
>of replacing keywords in the keyword enabled rss feed urls a
>Click a button and have an entire keyword list formatted as
>ready to use rss urls. Good stuff.
>I really like the way you can add your own feeds to it.
Thanks Top Hat! Really appreciated.
>One minor bug. The drag and drop URL feature works fine in
>Firefox but not IE7.
I'm on it! Haha! Didn't even know it could do that. I guess I should read the instructions
>Can't think of a name right now.
>But I do have a request. Can you get it to read and save the
>feeds it creates into a text file on your hard drive?
I think it can do this already. At the bottom right. Above "Quit" is the "Save List" button. It will save a a txt file one feed per line. Is this what you are talking about?
>For example, if I am looking for the latest content about
>video games I would enter my keyword list of 8 consoles in
>it and 8 x 30 feed urls would be created. Now I want to
>press another button and have it save the feeds as text
>files in a project folder, like video games. A scheduler
>would be great also that checks every XX hours and saves a
>new text file of feed data.
Hmmm. Not sure what you mean as scheduler.... If you mean saving the feed data itself, then I would use tuelz (newz tuelz)
I would see it like this:
1. use this to create all the feeds for your keywords.
2. paste the feeds created into newz tuelz for automatic scheduling of getting the latest information.
3. Use Scrubz to clean and upload the RSS feeds to your servers.
Is this what you're talking about?
Sorry, if I missed your meaning.
P.S. By the way, what do you think some think like this could sell for?