Hey Booboo, I work in web development so I'll give you a few things to look at.
First off, as Taka has mentioned, any problems that occur with the browser within Awasu are really Internet Explorer problems, unless you are using Firefox, then they are Firefox problems. Like many feed reader programs, Awasu reuses your existing pre-installed default web browser. So there's only so much help that Taka can provide on these types of problems. Of course if you are able to resolve the problem it'd be nice if you could post the solution back to this thread so we could all benefit from your new found knowledge.
I'll be honest with you I don't know why a standard left-click on the link would fail silently, but an "Open Link in New Tab" or "Open Link in New Window" would succeed, but here are some things to try.
Remember my previous post about disabling the "debugger window"? You might want to temporarily reverse those settings, as there may be a script error on the page that you are now unaware of. Enabling the "debugger window" might display an error message and point you in the right direction.
Are you using a customized template or Cascading Style Sheet (CSS)? Try switching templates to a standard Awasu template and see if the links start working. Web browsers are pretty forgiving about bad HTML, but there some minor things that can really confuse them. Mismatched attribute quotes are an easy error to make that can screw up the HTML parser within a browser.
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<div class="spacer"> </div> <div class='spacer'> </div>
Missing end tags on HTML elements can also confuse the HTML parser.
Remember what you're seeing in the web browser within Awasu is a combination of 1) the feed content, 2) the Awasu Channel Summary Template and all of it's include files, 3) one or more CSS files, 4) your Web browser settings and 5) to a certain degree
your Awasu settings. All of that has to fit together pretty well for the web browser to render an error free, fully-functional page.
Internet Explorer Errors
This utility may resolve your problem http://windowsxp.mvps.org/IEFIX.htm
. It's hosted by Ramesh Srinivasan on the http://www.mvps.org
site, so I think you can trust it but you might try to contact Ramesh at: http://windowsxp.mvps.org/feedback.htm
to see if it's been tested with IE7 (not clear from the website).
It might be an IE Add-on, so you might also try temporarily disabling all IE Add-ons.