Another one from Newsleecher

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Another one from Newsleecher

Postby Jim660 » Fri Nov 23, 2012 1:32 pm

I'm another new user to NewsbinPro having been a user of Newsleecher for a very many years.
After using the program as a trial for a few days, I've gone and bought a subscription.
So far I'm VERY pleased indeed. :D

I'm also very impressed how quickly an answer is given here.
I've been grumbling on the Newsleecher forum against their new monthly payments, but no answers, so here i am !!!!

The only tiny thing I miss is a 'Clean Up button' to clear any Tab Options contents.

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Re: Another one from Newsleecher

Postby Quade » Fri Nov 23, 2012 1:37 pm

What would the clean button do exactly? Close all the post list tabs?
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Re: Another one from Newsleecher

Postby Jim660 » Sat Nov 24, 2012 7:38 am

Sorry I was using the term from Newsleecher.

The Clean/Clean up, button "clears" the contents of an open tab, everything showing is removed.
It's only a small thing, but useful to clear anything left in a tab after downloading, or to get rid of anything you no longer want.

I know getting to grips with a new program there is always something you miss.
I'm really pleased with NewsbinPro though and have spent hours working through all of the options and I'm here to stay :D


Edit: I see that a right click offers a "Clear List".
I can adapt to that :)
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Re: Another one from Newsleecher

Postby samithdavid » Wed Jan 08, 2014 9:01 am

I've been grumbling on the Newsleecher forum against their new monthly payments, but no answers, so here i am !!!!
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