Ok, if that's the case, I don't mind. A few seconds or not, I don't think plays a big role here. A WebParser is not a precision program from space travel or something. A few seconds delay could cause some problems.
I told you little green gobblinsHowever I don't have an explanation why the updates happen on an interval of 30 minutes (or even a little bit more), instead of 20. But I think you can live with this. If needed, you can adjust the UpdateRate to a value which updates properly the measure. A few tries are needed in order to get the proper value, but I think you can determin the proper value.
Ok, joking aside. I can live with it, but it is annoying. Especially if it comes as now in my case to understanding problems in the Rainmeter matter and I, or we go on troubleshooting. After all, it's not like we've only been busy with my NewsFeed reader for 5 minutes.
Since nothing surprises me now that I understand nothing despite the good manual and also your explanations and assistance.
Well well, on the whole (still apart from my InlineSetting color problem) the feed runs yes. And the timing on 20 minutes I adapt me on occasion times. Currently it doesn't matter if it's 20 or 33 minutes ... one reads anyway only Corona from morning to evening
Finally, here are the update cycles over several hours
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DateTime0=29.03.2021 · 13:18:25 DateTime1=29.03.2021 · 13:52:32 DateTime2=29.03.2021 · 14:26:31 DateTime3=29.03.2021 · 15:00:22 DateTime4=29.03.2021 · 15:34:16 DateTime5=29.03.2021 · 16:08:09 DateTime6=29.03.2021 · 16:41:51 DateTime7=29.03.2021 · 17:15:44 DateTime8=29.03.2021 · 17:49:37 DateTime9=29.03.2021 · 18:23:25 DateTime10=29.03.2021 · 18:57:11 DateTime11=29.03.2021 · 19:30:59 DateTime12=29.03.2021 · 20:05:07 DateTime13=29.03.2021 · 20:38:41 DateTime14=29.03.2021 · 21:12:17 DateTime15=29.03.2021 · 21:45:57