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Safari 5 Extension - Is this possible?

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So, I'm interested in using the main RSS feed page in Safari and appending a link at the bottom of each article which would open that article directly in Safari Reader. Meaning, you wouldn't even need to see the webpage. Of course, Safari would have to probe the page first to find the article in order to display it in Reader, but the user wouldn't necessarily need to see this going on. I have attached pics of this to explain what I am trying to do. I have looked up the Safari Extension possibilities, but I'm unsure if this is possible within the current framework.





Do you think this is possible?

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