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by rprouse
26.03.2007 23:16
Forum: Bugs & Problems
Topic: Windows Vista Error
Replies: 0
Views: 5102

Windows Vista Error

Windows Vista does not ship with dhtmled.ocx and they say that applications that use it should be migrated to use a new HTML editing component, http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa663363.aspx Meanwhile, to get this working on Vista, go and get the redist from Microsoft at; http://www.microsof...
by rprouse
01.11.2006 18:13
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Plugin Interface
Replies: 2
Views: 5808

I understand wholeheartedly. I'm a developer too and between my day job, other contracts and a busy life, very little time is left for my opensource/freeware projects. My idea is partly a possible solution for that though as it would allow others (like me) to help you out without you having to relea...
by rprouse
01.11.2006 18:11
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Text Formatting: Headings
Replies: 4
Views: 8103

I'll vote for this one, I often use headings in my longer posts and this would save me a ton of time!
by rprouse
01.11.2006 18:02
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Plugin Interface
Replies: 2
Views: 5808

Plugin Interface

A plugin interface for BlogDesk would be cool, then developers could add additional functionality. Depending on how the code is laid out, it shouldn't be to hard to add. The steps would probably be something like; BlogDesk searches plugin directories for DLLs For each DLL found, load DLL. DLL must i...
by rprouse
01.11.2006 17:44
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Release source code
Replies: 1
Views: 5251

I don't think that he can do this because from what I can tell, Blogdesk uses 3rd party components like Polar Spellchecker which have developer license costs. It is pretty amazing actually that Blogdesk is given away for free considering that the developer had to pay for several of the components. A...