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by cloudysunshine
14.12.2006 17:07
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Image quality
Replies: 2
Views: 5687

Sorry for my late reply. I just tried it with format set to PNG, and you're right, it looks much better. Thanks for the suggestion!
by cloudysunshine
06.12.2006 12:32
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Image quality
Replies: 2
Views: 5687

Image quality

Well, I'm still using this program, and it has definitely made my life a lot easier. One of the things I like the most is being able to crop and resize images on the fly. However, after editing an image in Blog Desk, it seems to be saved at a very low quality. I haven't found an option which would a...
by cloudysunshine
19.10.2006 20:31
Forum: Bugs & Problems
Topic: "Parse error - not well formed" on Post to WP
Replies: 5
Views: 9610

Well, Johannes has helped me out a lot, and it seems he found my problem. My login password had too many characters. After I shortened it down to 10 characters, everything worked fine. So if anyone ever has a similar problem to mine, try shortening your password and see if that works. Johannes, than...
by cloudysunshine
18.10.2006 16:59
Forum: Bugs & Problems
Topic: "Parse error - not well formed" on Post to WP
Replies: 5
Views: 9610

I've had this error and I solved the problem by finding three full stops (as in "...") in my post had converted to another character and that stopped me from posting. Not sure if you have this in your post but after changing them back to 3 individual "." it fixed the problem and...
by cloudysunshine
06.10.2006 18:16
Forum: Bugs & Problems
Topic: "Parse error - not well formed" on Post to WP
Replies: 5
Views: 9610

I'm getting a similar error message

Not sure if some extra information helps, but I'm getting a similar error message when trying to upload a post: An error occured while uploading the post. Error transfering the post to the server. Errorcode: -32700 parse error. not well formed I'm using Wordpress, BTW. Hopefully we can find out what...

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