Sunday, February 03, 2008

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More options added to Build 52


  1. Sumocat, THANK YOU for adding transparency! I tried it and its awesome! :) I noticed the dashed lines are closer together for underlines...was starting to be fond of yellow underlines with colored digital ink! :)

    By Blogger iDorkas, at 2/05/2008 03:22:00 PM

  2. Sumocat, I finally shook the rocks out of my head and figured it out. I use Inkgram to make the post to Flickr, then Build52 to ink it to the blog. It's all working great in Firefox too.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2/13/2008 05:45:00 PM

  3. Good to read. Just posted the news.

    By Blogger Unknown, at 2/13/2008 07:14:00 PM

  4. I tried and tried, but I can't get an image to show when I put its URL in the little box. I've tried several images, mine and others found on the web, even yours. I've tried two different computers and two different versions of IE.

    Any suggestions would be appreciated. Others are using Build 52, why not me??


    By Blogger Larry, at 2/16/2008 04:45:00 PM

  5. Larry: it would help if I knew exactly how you were trying to do it. Otherwise, all I can say is paste the URL in the box and tap somewhere else to see the image. The URL should look something like this:

    By Blogger Unknown, at 2/16/2008 04:50:00 PM

  6. Ah, thank you.

    I was trying it with the keyboard on my TC1100 and the keyboard on the desktop. So I hit the "Return" after entering the URL.

    Clicking outside does of course work, but I wouldn't have gotten it in a million years.

    Thanks again for your help.

    By Blogger Larry, at 2/16/2008 05:38:00 PM

  7. Larry: You're the second person to assume you need to hit enter after pasting in the URL. I'll have to update the directions to avoid that.

    By Blogger Unknown, at 2/16/2008 05:47:00 PM

  8. Hmmm... let me also suggest (for the future) an option to open links in a new window. I prefer to use target="_blank" so that users remain on my site.

    So on my first (now successful) try, I just inserted it into the code myself.

    Once again, big Thanks for this.

    By Blogger Larry, at 2/16/2008 07:17:00 PM

  9. Larry: I'll keep that in mind as an option, but with the ubiquity of tabbed browsing and the limitations of mobile browsers, I've found links automatically opening in new windows to be much more annoying than useful. In a full browser, opening a link in a new tab is simple to do by choice. On mobile browsers that can open multiple windows, multiple windows slow the system down. I'd much rather leave it up to reader choice than force it.

    By Blogger Unknown, at 2/17/2008 01:00:00 PM

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