Trying out Sauce Reader

Posted Thu, Jan 6 2005 23:10 by bill
Chuck recommended I add use Sauce Reader, especially considering it's from an Auzzie company. So far so good (assuming this post posts)

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# re: Trying out Sauce Reader

Friday, January 07, 2005 7:41 AM by bill

Hi Bill,

I did the same. Installed it becuase it's from Oz.

Besides the fact that it is quite buggy.
It a good product.

I have been using it for 3 months or so and I'm looking forward to Synop delivering another release hopefully with less bugs!

# re: Trying out Sauce Reader

Friday, January 07, 2005 8:23 AM by bill

Last time I gave it a whirl it was a massive memory hog (that was before I had my 2gb ram pc though)

I'm happy with Newsgator outlook edition

- Angus

# Re: Trying out Sauce Reader

Saturday, January 08, 2005 10:50 AM by bill

Hi Clarke,

yep I am finding it buggy when posting (usaully takes a couple of attempts), and deleting items from the top of the list is really slow redraw in the UI. Also it seems to do soem wierd stuff when you've got it set to auto summary view. Other than that, not too bad.. shows lot of promise.

Bill

# Re: Trying out Sauce Reader

Saturday, January 08, 2005 10:54 AM by bill

Hey Angus,

I **really** do NOT want blogs messing with my outlook store

As far as memory hog goes it does seem high, but is less than SharpReader or on par with it. The memory allocation is really a .NET thing

# re: Trying out Sauce Reader

Sunday, January 09, 2005 2:26 PM by bill

http://weblogs.asp.net/autocrat/archive/2004/12/10/278899.aspx

I have lost about 3 huge blog posts by it simply not saving my posts when I hit the save button

When you use this software, make sure you copy/paste the html source of the entry into notepad for backups - otherwise you might end up a very angry soul

Have fun! I need to get working on mine so I can use it instead, till then - sauce reader it is!