Workaround is updated here:
Yes, it has to go (or be made optional). They should be tightening up the dead white space at the end of full view articles, not adding to it, especially with something that serves no purpose.
Not sure why they haven't implemented this, since it's something that Google Reader had, InoReader has, every Webmail client has--it's old news by now. I thought needing to manually refresh was a thing of the past.
Agreed. This seems a completely unnecessary change, particularly considering how much space is wasted when Feedly reformats posts itself with a rather large font and luxurious spacing between lines. In Google Reader (full article view), I would do a LOT less scrolling than I have to do in Feedly, and that's down to this.
Give us the option for seeing the author's original version of the feed, please. Sometimes there's actual important formatting included in a feed, such as a table.
Heavens, there is just so much wasted space compared to Google Reader, that it's breathtaking. This means there's a lot more scrolling, or J'g, and who wants to do that unnecessarily?
I'm also getting very tired of sorting each feed manually to "Oldest first" when there should be a single global option that does it. Yes, if you use the "All" view, this isn't a concern, but many of us delve into feeds individually.
This should not be dependent upon window width (I didn't even know that it was until today).
I want the feed list present in all views, not just Title view.
If you hover over the relative time now, you do see a full published/received date and time. Unfortunately, it's in GMT and there's no time zone setting in prefs yet, so....