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  1. What is it specifically about Grazr you don’t like? We try really hard to listen to people’s feedback and make changes when they’re unhappy.

  2. Hi Mike,

    Thanks for stopping by and asking for feedback. I emailed you privately before approving your comment.

    Here are my thoughts; it is not the idea of Grazr that I don’t like so much, I just wish it was more customizable.

    There are two things that I am concerned about:
    1. I would like to be able to list the items in my OPML file.
    2. I want to list the 10 most recent post titles and authors with links from those on my OPML.

    My solutions were this:
    1. I am using BlogBridge as my RSS Reader. It allows me make my OPML files public and stores them online for me, so all I have to do it sync it up when I make a change. They are still in development, for the most part, so all I have found in their support and their forums is how to display the list in my OPML. There’s no way to list them alphabetically, yet and I’m a geek, but not that much of a geek.

    2. The only thing that I have found to be almost exactly what I want in “the last 10 posts” thing is the Google Reader clip on my sidebar. The issue with that is that I have to d/l my OPML file from it’s place online, import it into Google Reader. I want to bypass that and just have something reading off my OPML file online. You guys were the only other option as far as I could find. And it’s a great idea, except that I don’t like the look of it and I really only want the last 10 posts, not the list of feeds and then click and then there’s everyone’s posts.

    So:
    1. Is there anyway to grab the last 10 posts from the feeds on my OPML file through the Grazr?
    2. Is there anyway to customize the Grazr to match my site? For example, I really don’t like the gray scrolling box.

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