Performancing v1.2 -- works better now with roller
By jmcp on Jun 15, 2006
The state of blog editors really annoys me. Roller's editor options don't quite give me what I need and I find the interface annoying. (There's nothing that I can really put my finger on, I just don't like it, sorry!) I've tried a few others (including a not-yet-released addon for StarOffice which manages to trip over 6431036 just about every time.... weird!), and just crafting my own html.
I've got better things to do with my time (like my day job for a start!)
So I figured I'd see whether Performancing for Firefox had improved its support for Roller. (I still think the name is silly).
Turns out that with the current version (v1.2), it has.
After a few config back-n-forths getting the xmlrpc api path correct, I managed to not only compose the previous post (on ::findleaks) but to also publish it, with tags, too.
The blog type is "custom", in the next dialog select "Roller", and add "http://blogs.sun.com/roller/xmlrpc" as the API path. You need to hit the "use boolean for publish" option.
The blog type is "custom", in the next dialog select "Roller", and add "http://jroller.com/xmlrpc" as the API path. You need the "use boolean for publish" option too.
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