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Favicons appear in NetNewsWire{Lite}

After Safari, here come the favicons in NetNewsWire. The application searches for the favicon file (favicon.ico) in the same directory than the RSS feed. It doesn't read the x-icon meta tag (yet).

So if you want your icon to show up, make sure it's located at the root of the feed, or add it to your ~/Application Support/NetNewsWire/Favicons/ folder (name it: site_domain_tld.ico as in www_macinblog_com.ico).

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