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Mendinso

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What's in there?

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Krvavi Abadas

Mr. Archivist
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It's a toggle for some sort of RSS feed, linking to sites and Twitter accounts such as Nintendo Life and Wario64.
It's displayed at the bottom of the page, and is managed by a chain chomp with a bow on their head.

The only issue is that it looks like it only displays properly on the front page and similar areas. The Chain Chomp will follow you into a proper thread, they just can't display the news for some reason.
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bellydrum

website dad
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It's a toggle for some sort of RSS feed, linking to sites and Twitter accounts such as Nintendo Life and Wario64.
It's displayed at the bottom of the page, and is managed by a chain chomp with a bow on their head.

The only issue is that it looks like it only displays properly on the front page and similar areas. The Chain Chomp will follow you into a proper thread, they just can't display the news for some reason.
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You got it.

What you were describing was a bug, but I've fixed it now.

The feed now follows you around the whole site.

I've implemented a ten second buffer per browser that applies to requests from Famifeed to the RSS API.
Every ten seconds the buffer resets, and the next page load will make a request for RSS updates.
During that ten seconds, however, instead of getting the headlines from the RSS feeds, it pulls them from the document cookie.
The bug came from how I was storing the headlines in the cookie.
 


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