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!
Missing e v2.9.1 - Fix for disappearing reply box. Update now!
It looks like Tumblr’s staff are still tweaking their recent dashboard interface changes!
Earlier today, a Tumblr change caused a problem with Missing e that made reply boxes disappear when you click on them.
This is now fixed! Update to the newest version to solve the problem.
If you want the new version immediately, DO NOT uninstall and reinstall Missing e, instead, read the instructions on how to update:
Note for Firefox users: Until the new version of the extension is reviewed by the Mozilla Add-Ons site, you can update just by installing the new version over top of your existing one from the versions page. If version 2.9.1 or higher does not appear in the list, you can wait until later, or use this direct link to install.
Download Missing e at missing-e.com
If you enjoy this extension, please consider donating to support future development.
Not everyone prefers icons over text. Many people have requested an option in Missing e to restore the earlier reply and reblog text buttons on posts rather than Tumblr’s new icons.
In the next release of Missing e, a setting will be available in the Dashboard Tweaks feature to do just that (it will be off by default, but you’ll be able to activate it in the settings page).
So far, the opinions seem fairly split. Here’s what I’ll do….
just one! would make it run more smooth, right?
Actually, there would be no perceptible difference. However, a lot of people seem to agree, mostly for safety’s sake.
i think all, for those kind of gif photosets that need to be synched
This is exactly the reason I brought it up. I’ve seen some of those photosets with synched animated GIFs or a larger image split into smaller parts, and it is difficult to see with Safe Dash on.
It seems that a slight majority of you prefer that only one image in a photoset be revealed at a time. Since I think it is better to err on the side of safety (this is the Safe Dash feature, after all), I think I will set it up so that the default behaviour will be to only reveal one at a time.
However, I’ll add an option in the settings so that those who prefer all the photos in a photoset to be revealed at the same time can make that choice.
Hi, guys! save yourself from all the complexities Tumblr can give with this free browser extension, Missing E! Suitable to Google Chrome, Safari and Mozilla Firefox. The picture pretty much explains everything.
CREDITS TO: @Neknekmo (I knew about the extension through her)
I just thought it is a pretty (though, incomplete) list of Missing e features.
How to reply to replies (and other notifications) with Missing e
You can reply to notifications on your dashboard. Notifications like these show up when you have the setting “Show notifications” turned on in your Tumblr preferences.
Simply click on the notification icon on the right side of one of these notifications (heart, reply arrow, etc) to open a new post with the notification already added, ready for you to comment on.
You can also reply to notes displayed by clicking on the “notes” button of a dashboard post. Simply click on the notification icon on the right side of one of these notes to open a new post with the notifcation already added, ready for you to comment on.
Replying to more than one notification at once
- Hold down the Shift key and click on the icons of each of the notifications you want to reply to.
- Click (without Shift) on the icon of the last notification you want to include.
- All the notifications will appear in a single reply post!