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    kwai lappies ,i like it alot

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    @TheViper - I reckon what's happening is that if you don't have Inet it can't open the link thus it times out. So will work if you have internet. Will see if I can add an option to load from site.

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    works fine by me when i click the links

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    @King- Thanks

    @YouKnoWho- will look into it.

    Edit: seems you are right only loads headlines, will see if I can add an option to load the page directly in the browser.

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    raygers

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    Does anyone have any official feedback regarding Pluto? It has been down for quite some time already.

    Thanks
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