Missing e version 1.2.1
Along with some under-the-hood fixes and performance improvements (including moving to jQuery 1.6.1), there are some new features!
- Unanswered ask messages will now be stamped with the date/time they were asked
Automatic Tagging and Draft/Private Buttons on Asks
Note that these features are off, by default. To activate them, follow these instructions.
- Add “Draft” and “Private” buttons for answering asks
- Allow tagging of asks when you answer them (including the username of the asker)
It should be noted that these ask-related features would not have been possible without the help of lizzledpink
Extra Blog Selector Menu
Note that this feature is off, by default. You can activate this option in the settings under the Posting Fixes tab.
- Add an extra menu to select which Tumblr blog on which to post (when you have secondary blogs)
This feature was suggested by tj.
- Bookmarks are now sortable
- Just drag them to anywhere on the list
Unfortunately, you might find that the first time you load your Tumblr after installing this version, your bookmarks may reverse in order. Sorry!
This feature was suggested by sterling-archer.
For those of you using Firefox, version 1.2.1 will not automatically update until it is reviewed by Mozilla. If you want to get it sooner, you can get it on the Add-on’s Other Versions page.
If you ever have problems with any feature, consult the Missing e FAQ page.
Download Missing e at missinge.infraware.ca
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Q:I love the one-click reblog, particularly with the ability to add tags in right there, even if it sometimes a hassle to get the cursor in the text box. But the one thing is that its default setting is to send anything I reblog to twitter. I like having my Tumblr linked to Twitter, but I keep that send-to-Twitter button unchecked at all times; if you could have it recognise the same?
Turning one-click reblog off until/unless that can be done. :)
I have just updated to version 1.1.1 which includes a checkbox for sending to Twitter in the quick reblog menu: