Use the full width of my screen on ALL views (and hide right sidebar)
Not sure why ideas like this one have been marked as completed.
Reposting as http://feedly.uservoice.com/forums/192636-suggestions/suggestions/3843385-use-the-full-width-of-my-screen-on-full-article-vi was marked as completed with no explaination.
Basically do what you did for http://feedly.uservoice.com/forums/192636-suggestions/suggestions/3744255-use-the-full-width-of-my-screen-to-display-more-co for the rest of the views.
Alice Husaini commented
This has STILL not been addressed. Why??
Timothy Bates commented
use the full width of the desktop window... especially for the organize view...
There is a way to remove the sidebar and use the full width of your browser window:
But it requires a browser add-on and doesn't change the image resizing.
Vadim Pakhnushev commented
Please add an option to turn off max-width, width and height CSS styles on images, 578px maximum width is clearly not enough.
Brian Z. Porter commented
I don't want this giant list on the side of the articles I'm trying to read. If there is a fix or toggle, I can't find it in settings, preferences, google search...
Google search does reveal that there are very mixed opinions on whether the sidebar should be appear at all times, minimize on hover, etc...
It seems obvious that there should be (an easy to find) option. Turn on auto-hide/maximize on hover. Or turn on permanent sidebar. Or add an arrow that minimizes and expands it.
Paco Zafra commented
Please, implement it! It is a must!