Oct 06

Monthly Update – October 6, 2014

Here’s what’s in the pipeline over the next few months:

  • Super Secret Project: Still in development, but coming along better now.
  • Super Secret Project #2: This will probably take over most of my time over the next month or so, I have a self imposed deadline of mid-November to get it up and running.
  • Default Post Date and Time: 1.0 – Released.  Just a quick WordPress plugin to set the default post date and time instead of always being ‘immediately’.
  • SpamAssassin Preferences: 1.0 – Released.
  • Just Writing: Is stable but it looks like WordPress 4.1 might remove DFWM completely so this might need significant work.
  • Live Titles: 4.0 – I have to be honest, I haven’t had a chance to work on Live Titles for a long time and as it works as it is I doubt I’ll get back to the rewrite this year, I’ll be removing this from here after this update until I have a better plan for the 4.0 release.
Sep 01

Monthly Update – September 1, 2014

Here’s what’s in the pipeline over the next few months:

  • Super Secret Project: Still in development, but coming along better now.
  • Super Secret Project #2: Sigh… more ideas than time…
  • SpamAssassin Preferences: 0.1 – Released.  I’m moving my own internal system over to it this month and haven’t found any issues yet so I’ll likely do a 1.0 release this month.
  • Just Writing: 2.17 – Released.  A minor update to add the spell check tag to the post title so your web browser will spell check it.
  • Live Titles: 4.0 – Rewriting a good bit of the app to make it easier to add features and functions.  SSP (see above) and some of the WordPress plugins have taken my attention away from this at the moment.
Aug 11

Live Titles and Transparent Tiles

In case anyone is interested, yes Live Titles supports transparent tiles, in fact it has supported them even before Microsoft did!

To get a transparent tile, go to the background tab and select the background colour.  In the colour picker you can either select the transparent swatch from the “Common Colours” area (it’s the last one on the far right) or just slide the “Transparency Level” slider all the way to the left (0).