Nov 20, 2008: BlogAssist 2.2.1 released
BlogAssist, the handy tool to add HTML tags to text via the clipboard, dragging to a floating window, or inline via the Services menu, has been updated to version 2.2.1:
BlogAssist - New in v2.2.1:
(2008-11-19, R 1023)
- Removed commas as a separator for repeating lists, to avoid problems with commas in paragraphs, and added bullet and vertical bar as alternatives (in addition to return, linefeed, and tab).
- Fixed a bug that required a click before the output of the Services window would appear in the destination document.
- Fixed an issue with the Preferences window, where edits might not be saved when quitting with the window still open (specifically when an edit is still active).
- Updated the built-in Kagi purchasing tool to the latest version, which fixes some issues with Leopard.
Do you blog?
To blog means to write a diary in the internet (Blog derives from WebLog = internet diary.) If you blog or create othe HTML pages or write in forums, you are always busy checking if you have typed web links and formattings correctly. Using BlogAssist, you can lean back.
BlogAssist is always at hand!
BlogAssist is a helpful tool; it adds a system menu (on the right-hand-side of the menubar) with a list of operations that can be performed on text. You can copy some text, choose an operation, and paste – the text will be marked up based on the chosen operation. The operations include HTML and forum markup. If you prefer, a floating palette is also available (to drag the text), or you can mark up inline by selecting text in your web browser or editor application, hitting [Cmd][>], and choosing the operation in a small window that appears, then click OK to substitute it right in the app.
Very handy... I use BlogAssist daily. For example, the product icon, and download link in this news were generated very simply by BlogAssist.
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