That change was my first thought too. But now - sitting on another mac - everything is fine. So I now suspect definitely a configuration fault on my side. I investigate further and report back. (BTW: the RSS feed URL for the screenshot feed is https://www.datenschutz-guru.de/feed/ )
I tested on a second database and reproduce my feed settings there. The new feeds where imported only a few days back (assuming the feeds have only populate a certain number of items) but far enough to cover the “critical date” 20th Oct.
The new imported feed items where all html, not markdown, and without any error. Even when set the import feeds from automatic to markdown nothing breaks. Only the links in the feed items where missing in markdown, but I think this could be intentional (isn’t it?).
On a second mac with the same database synced over external sync space the same articles / feed items seem ok at first but after updating the feeds the same articles / feed items became unreadable too.
My workaround at the moment is to archive the old and good looking feed items as webarchive to an archive folder and set up the feeds anew.
Thank you! And the screenshots are from the computer causing the troubles? According to the settings either bookmarks or HTML pages should be added. Are the settings the same ones on the other computer?
That’s right. In using a new database and re-abo the feed I had the same behaviour. All new articles where fetched as html but not as md any more as I mentioned in my post describing this as a work around. But thanks for testing this out.
Maybe this was a hickup on the side of the feed creation server. The newest feed item was fetched as html again.
Now the curious part: when pressing the reload icon in the “status bar” (? don’t have a better description for the bar on top of the content window) the broken feed items where now displayed as whole web page content with menus and so. But when selecting any other feed item and then point back to the reloaded one it looks the same as on the OP image.