1. You have to be running the OPML Editor to see the button.
2. We've had some reports of people using Chrome on Windows 7 who don't see the green button. If you're a geek, can you help us figure out why? I'm a Chrome user on the Mac, and I see it fine, and there haven't been reports of problems with other browsers. Help much appreciated.
3. BTW, this is what the button is supposed to look like in case you can't see it.
4. The button is generated by a page on a server on the user's machine.
Update: Problem solved! :-)
What I was doing: trying to make a OPML comment
What I expected to happen: that I could add a comment, save it, then add another comment.
What actually happened: First, I clicked on Save, then tried to refresh the browser (Chrome 22 on Windows 7), then saw OPML Editor hang (got "Not Responding" message in window)
I then restarted OPML Editor, then clicked Save and View, was then able to see the comment.
Tried to add to my comment, but got another OPML Editor hang ("Not responding")
I began editing this comment in the Comments Workspace window, was able to add to the above headline, and it looks like this line is going to be in the comment as well.
I can see it just fine. Chrome 22 / Windows 7.
yep, osx 10.8.1 Safari 6.0 (8536.25) very neat
I see one myself. :-)
Yes, I see it, too. Or in German: Ja, ich sehe das grŸne Knšpfchen É
Had to refresh web page after updating opml.root
using chrome 22.0.1229.39