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To subscribe a page it is nesseccary to be a registered user of Wiki with an authenticated e-mail adress. After you have registered go to the article of Wiki you want to subscribe. Than click onto the tab watch. Immediately appears the information that this article has been added into your watch list.

In your settings you can specify on which kind of modifications you want to get an e-mail.

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You don't want to miss any changing of this Wiki and you want to be always on the latest state? Nothing easier than that.

This Wiki offers the option to subscribe a so called RSS-feed or Atom-feed. For that we recommend the internet browser Firefox or the e-mail program Thunderbird.

Firefox

For reading very comfortable in Firefox install e.g. the extension Sage. For subscribing the RSS-Feeds of CANopen-Lift.org click at the link on the left side >>Recent changes<<. In the lower part of the left menu in the field toolbox is >>rss atom<<. With the left mouse button now click on >>rss<< and choose from the context menu >>copy link-adress<<. Click now in Firefox on Tools->Sage (Alt+Z). Then the sidebar with the subscribed feeds will open in the browser. Click here on the button Preferences and open the news list. Click on Add new bookmark and fill out the form with the name CANopen-Lift.org and in the field >>Adress URL<< with STRG+V you can paste the copied URL (http://canopen-lift.org/en/index.php?title=Special:Recentchanges&feed=rss). That's it. If you now click onto this channel you will see immediately all changes which have been done under www.CANopen-Lift.org within the last time.

Thunderbird

I personally prefer the Thunderbird to reed my feeds. Here you subscribe the channel under >>News and Channels<<, add the data of the channel and read changes like normal e-mails. Fortunately there are many other programs and everyone can choose his own RSS-reader.


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