Gruml 0.9.11 released

Posted on Saturday, 10th October 2009 by in Blog

I’ve just released ver. 0.9.11 of Gruml.


  • New: added some more preview themes (see “View – Style”)
  • New: native ReadItLater support
  • New: Show feeds without folders below folders (as Google Reader does)
  • New: Undo/Redo for common actions
  • Improvement: select a folder when adding a feed
  • Improvement: Post to blog, Send to social service and Send by mail are now available for tabbed browsing
  • Improvement: Post to blog, Send to social service and Send by mail: select some text in preview of tabbed browser to send it as text/description
  • Improvement: Spacebar shortcut – scroll in preview if possible, if not show next unread (article, or feed)
  • Fixed: sidebar selection could not be changed any more after Gruml had been running a long time
  • Fixed: sort by unread and updating to Google Reader
  • Fixed: changed live updating of unread state
  • bug fixes

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8 Responses to “Gruml 0.9.11 released”

  1. left_behind Saturday, 10th October 2009 at 2:04 am #

    RT @gruml Gruml 0.9.11: Changelog:
    Download: (or use the built-in auto update)

  2. Mike Cohen Saturday, 10th October 2009 at 4:25 am #

    THANK YOU! The lack of spacebar scrolling is the one thing that kept me from using Gruml.

  3. Vincent Saturday, 10th October 2009 at 9:52 am #

    “Verbesserung: Ordner wählen beim Zufügen eines feeds”
    Dieser Hinzufügen-Dialog ist wirklich ein Traum! sehr gut umgesetzt. Danke!
    Und die Leertaste macht jetzt auch genau das, was es soll.
    Ich konnte noch nicht testen, wie stabil Gruml nun im täglichen Einsatz läuft, aber die großen Fortschritte bei den letzten Versionen haben das Programm schon sehr robust gemacht.

  4. cg14275 Saturday, 10th October 2009 at 2:20 pm #

    klasse app mit potential. gute arbeit.

    übernahme von netnewswire-daten täte ein killerfuturer sein. (vorhandene feeds und ordner und clippings usw.)

    auch die schriftengrösseneinstellung als möglichkeit.
    das ungelesen-feed-badget darf dezenter werden. (das brüllt einen an)

    …. wenn das dabei kommt, dann wechsel ich auf gruml.

  5. Nite Sunday, 11th October 2009 at 4:28 pm #

    Super thanks for all the above changes. But, as mentioned in my comment regarding the previous release, following feature requests still remain valid:

    1. Manual sorting -> folders, independent feeds and feeds within a folder
    2. Setting manual feed-refresh rate (please keep minimum as 5 minutes)
    3. In the 3-Column-Style, please give an option to display Source, Feed Name in the 3rd column (rather than below the article title in the 2nd column)
    4. Option to set subscription settings for each feed and each folder

    Option 4 is optional. But, please integrate the other 3 options in the next release. Main reason is while reading news, I like to keep a ‘flow’. My feeds are divided in to various folders (News, Finance, Tech, Sports etc). I like to read them in that order.

    On a side note, this version seems a bit slow to respond overall.

    But, hey, good work! :)

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  7. djT@l Monday, 19th October 2009 at 10:47 pm #


    This software goes better release after release.
    One request useful at least for me and maybe for other.
    Can feed with unread articles be bold or something else to see them at the first time. Like in the html interface in google reader ?

  8. plop Friday, 23rd October 2009 at 7:46 pm #

    Hi !

    Again, thanks for Gruml :)
    Talking about feature request, here is one: could you please add a function to “load all unread feeds” from a subscription ?
    Here is why I’d like to have that:
    When I read my newspaper feeds, I like to sort them by Title in order to quickly by able to skip all news beginning with “Sports: ” or “Tennis: ” etc…
    With the current version of Gruml, I have to scroll down, wait for Gruml to get more feeds, scroll down again, wait again etc…

    Thanks :)

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