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August 17, 2009

Blog Input Request - Scribefire & Moveable Type Coding

As most readers know, the Firefox plugin "Scribefire" has been a wonderful enabler of my blogging." Nicely saves me posts offline, can write reasonably well in WYSIWG format, saving me the pain of manual coding, etc.

The only wee problem is that the Post Splitter just doesn't bloody work, either on initial post, or worse on edit. Thankfully it doesn't seem to overwrite the split part, pulls that up well enough, but in reposting the edit completely bollixes it up. I would suspect that there must be an easy way to solve this. And when I say easy, I mean utterly untaxing on me, not easy for a code head.

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Posted by The Lounsbury at August 17, 2009 07:02 PM
Filed Under: Blog Notes - Admin

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Is there any result produced when you try to use the post-splitter, or is the splitter disabled? I installed ScribeFire but I don't use WordPress so I set it up for my LJ account and it's disabling the splitter for that service.

So if it does seem to do something, can you then click on the (a) () tab at the top left? If you could post the code (or maybe email it, since posting it in a comment would probably do little good, and assuming you can see my email address in the comment details), then maybe we can see what the plug-in actually does and doesn't do...

Posted by: Frandroid Atreides at August 18, 2009 12:59 AM

Nothing happens with the post splitter, although it pulls up and parses a split post (via the web system, not itself) fine; and doesn't overwrite the split part, it seems to be unable to actually provide Moveable Type with the proper split post coding.... (Even when I copy that from MT itself).

Posted by: The Lounsbury at August 19, 2009 01:04 PM

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