Booboo wrote:Perhaps it will be easier if ask the author of the feeds to fix up his act.
Ultimately, that is the best thing to do, and with any other feed reader that is the only option. so by all means email the feed publisher and send them a link to this thread.
I tried Taka
's solution and it worked for me, so let's back up and go over it again:
I know you said that you copied the XSLT code in Notepad and you saved it with an .XSL extension, but you didn't exactly confirm that you attached it to the "Man Made Disasters" Channel. Can you confirm this? (that's "Channel Properties" -> "Details" - > "Processing"
And by the way this solution only corrects the URLs of any new feed items after the XSL file is attached. To "start from a clean slate" you may need to delete the Channel and create a new Channel based upon the feed's URL with the XSL file attached right from the start.
You should download and run the first file, the one named "msxml.msi". You don't need to install it in any special folder, you can just accept whatever it suggest and it should work, although you may need to reboot your PC after you install it and then re-run Awasu. If you have Windows XP or Vista it should install easily.
If you have an older version of Windows, it may install correctly or it may not and you'll get a definite error message telling you that it can't be installed if it fails. If this is the case, go back to that same page and look at the line that says "Important" right above the downloadable file list. You'll need to install the "Windows Installer 2.0" first and then you can install the "msxml.msi" file.
Success or failure let us know what happened.