Testing "performancing" weblog editor plugin for firefox

I'm playing with a new (for me at least) blog editor called Performancing. Silly name I reckon, but it's a plugin for Firefox so it's relatively cross-platform. That's a good start in my book. It's got a few foibles (doesn't seem to save text when flipping tabs to the preview... doesn't let you know what state your account setup/login attempt is in... doesn't seem to load B.S.C or JRoller's categories .... a bit annoying) and it doesn't have out-of-the-box support for Roller which and JRoller are based on.

However it's got support for the Blogger API, so it's easy enough to configure:

B.S.C needs http://blogs.sun.com/xmlrpc whereas JRoller needs http://jroller.org/roller/xmlrpc.

Now let's see whether this post gets out when I hit 'publish'!


[this bit written in B.S.C]

Ok, so the post did show up, but in my 'recent entries' section, without a title! (I added this entry's title manually). And it also sent escaped text (the [ampersand lt/gt;] etc) rather than html so I had to edit everything above the line by hand inside B.S.C.

I guess there are some messages or there's a debug log I should look to.
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