FIXED & APPROVED – Bug in feedly 9.0 for Firefox

Feedly 9.0 for firefox has a bug where it only shows one or two articles for the feeds which do not include images. We are very sorry about this. We are able to reproduce the problem and are working on a fix. We hope to be able to submit the fix to Mozilla later this afternoon. More information in 2-3 hours.

Update 01/16: Special thanks to the Mozilla team for the review. Feedly 9.1 is now available for download

Update 01/15: We have been able to FIX this problem. Feedly 9.1 has been submitted to Mozilla for review. You can download it here:

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17 thoughts on “FIXED & APPROVED – Bug in feedly 9.0 for Firefox”

  1. Hi! When I press my tag “Buy?!” feedly keeps refreshing and keeps popping up with “Google session changed”. It’s an endless loop. I’m using Chrome 16 and Feedly 9.1.424.

    Btw I love the new minimalistic design!

  2. Thanks for the fix. By the way, are you looking at enabling the sharing articles via google+? I know you can “+1” items, but the share button does not seem to include g+ (or am I missing something?)

  3. I cannot make it work in Portable version of Firefox (
    Previous versions (before 9.1) did work.
    Any hint?

  4. Whoa! Did you just put the ‘mark as read’ button back?! Woot, excellent.

    And just as i had learned to click on the numbers, lol.

    Anyways, that was my only gripe, not for myself, but i’m sure countless new users will cheer you for knowing what to do to mark all the articles as read.

    Ps. Just in case, i absolutely love all the other changes, including fonts and tightening up the ui. +1 to the positive feedback pile. Though, i’d say the ios apps could use a bit of love.. see, i use feedly with google reader exclusively.. and the default whatever it shows… i’d really prefer a bunch of icons for each of my feeds rather than some arbitary munge of new articles. I read feeds from a couple of different interest topics.. and its a bit brain jarring to see an article of a totally different subject after eyeballing a string of articles from one topic.

    Some nice boxes so we can choose the feeds if more than one?

    My use case for reading rss is 1) choose a feed of interest 2) read feed 3) mark whole feed as read, 4) choose another. Mixing bad!!!

    Thanks, keep up the excellent work!!! Thanks for listening to your users!!!

  5. Hello. Is there a known fix for the log-in problem with Firefox on OSX? I have no problems with my PC, and it seems to work fine with Chrome on my MacBook, but Firefox OSX cannot log-in – it briefly displays a pop-up window which closes automatically, and then returns to a blank Feedly page which only displays the “Login or Create Account” text.

    My only other issue is with big patches of repeated entries, which cause the view to hop back up the list to the earliest example of that entry. I understand that this may be a problem with Google’s data gathering rather than yours, but I would love it if there was a Preferences switch which would allow me to open the entry and see for myself that it’s a duplicate, rather than having to scroll back down myself and try and figure out where I was.

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