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In the functions.php i've used the following snippet:

function thefeed_request($qv) {
    if (isset($qv['feed']) && !isset($qv['post_type']))
        $qv['post_type'] = array('post', 'news');
    return $qv;
add_filter('request', 'thefeed_request');

news is the name of the custom post type i've added to the RSS functionality. In the admin area - settings - read, i have set "the newsfeed shows" to the last 10 posts as well as "the newsfeed shows" the whole text. but if i test it in a feedreader or check the main feed url in the browser (page.com/feed) then there is only shown the title but the text is missing. Is it due to Wordpress only knows what the title is but doesn't know in which field the text is contained? And is there a way to set that? Best regards Ralf

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Title and content (as well as bunch of other stuff) are all stored together as part of single post record in database and are all retrieved together by loop. If the titles are in place then loop works ok and something else breaks the content. –  Rarst Apr 10 '14 at 18:54

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