Missing e v2.13.0
I’ve released a new version of Missing e to support the new Tumblr dash that came out this evening!
I wanted to release this as soon as possible, so I have not fixed everything yet. Here is a list of what should be fixed:
- Styling issues arising from the new Tumblr dashboard layout
- Placement of Mass Delete buttons
- Quick (1-click) Reblog menu shows blog selector drop-down
- Reblog yourself from one blog back to that same blog
These issues still remain (I am continuing to work on them):
- Smart redirect feature is not working
- Magnifying the avatar of a dashboard notification opens that user’s blog in a new tab
Also, please note that the added blog sidebar buttons on your dashboard is now provided by the Tumblr interface, not Missing e. I’m not sure why they’ve chosen to hide some of the buttons (like Queue and Messages), but I will look into ways to improve it!
If you have trouble, clear your browser cache after you update Missing e.
A recent change to the Firefox tools that are used to create this extension have caused Missing e to be no longer be compatible with Firefox versions below 13. I will look into this to see if I can restore backwards compatibility, but it is worthwhile to keep Firefox up-to-date anyway. You should be able to update Firefox from your browser’s menu.
For anyone who missed the update yesterday. Keep in mind that the current version is 2.13.1 as I am continuing to release fixes as I find problems.
Enable replies on secondary tumblrs
I just wanted to let everyone know that you can now enable replies on secondary tumblrs. Just go to the specific blog’s settings page, hit the check mark, and save.
A big thanks to Jacob for making this happen.
You can now reply to Missing e posts!
This isn’t a Missing e feature, but now part of Tumblr’s interface thanks to Jacob Bijanji!
My name is Jeremy Cutler. I’m looking to relocate to New York, where I’m searching for a web application front-end developer job!
Why Would I Make A Great Addition To Your Development Team?
I am passionate about developing software and web applications for high-level functionality and low-level performance with a strong focus on usability. My professional and personal endeavours are often marked by a great attention to detail that complements cohesive integration of larger scale projects.
I studied Computer Engineering at both the Bachelor’s and Master’s levels and have since been able to leverage a wide variety of skills in both computer software and hardware in my work as a compiler developer at IBM and as a freelance web application designer and developer of a wildly popular open-source multi-platform browser extension, Missing e.
I love opportunities to take advantage of my experience with coding at the lowest levels of computer technology and developing front-end interfaces. My thirst for knowledge and new skills will, no doubt, enable me to make quite a difference wherever my career takes me!
Find Me On Other Sites
Introducing Tumble Tree! ~ Check out this thing I made that lets you see how posts are reblogged across Tumblr. It works on the dashboard or on most permalink pages, and you can sproing the branches around, filter notes by comments, save the tree as a picture blah blah blah. I’ve been using and testing it for the last couple of weeks and it’s pretty handy.
Go to tumble-tree.tumblr.com to try it out and install it. I guarantee you probably won’t die!
P.S. Yes this is why I haven’t posted much in the last couple of weeks.
Tumblr Change Prevents Reblogging Asks
Looks like just recently, a Tumblr change has caused reblogging ask posts to stop working.
Instead of the reblog page, a Not Found page is displayed.
This would also prevent ask posts from being reblogged with Quick Reblog as well.
I don’t know if this is a permanent change in Tumblr’s interface, however, or a temporary problem. If it is permanent, the Missing e feature will have to be removed.