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Internet Explorer has this option:

Option for Feed reading view

When unclicked clicked ATOM feeds will show as raw xml.

How can I do the same thing in Firefox?

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Try this: Feed Proxy.

It allows you to see the raw feed source.

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Thank you for your answer. However, I will need to have my feed be an authenticated feed. Feed Proxy does not allow that. (Also, I was hoping that now that firefox 5 is out that this limitation has been "fixed".) – Vaccano Jul 22 '11 at 18:43
Check this:… – TookTheRook Jul 22 '11 at 18:44
Alas, this does not give you the xml view. It just shows how to open (or not open in this case) a webfeed in another application. I guess I can just have firefox open in IE, but that seems kind of lame. – Vaccano Jul 22 '11 at 19:31
@Vaccano, there seems to be a hack. It is for 2.x though… – Reddy Sep 7 '11 at 5:55

You could write on your browser internet address

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