Updates galore! - Post ID 153434

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I've used CC products for years, and never knew about this forum. Very refreshing to see someone from corporate participating heavily in the discussion.

Well done, Scott!
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Scott, I have said this many times, but some of the updates are so good, it's kind of like Christmas year around with you guys, thanks!
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More like Groundhog Day, the movie. :lol:
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Direct FTP has never worked for me, but that was probably just because of my virus software lol. Scott I would be very curious to know what you guys fixed in Flash Blogger. It's a great program, but using the latest version I haven't spotted any new features yet.
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Chad Spillars wrote:
Direct FTP has never worked for me, but that was probably just because of my virus software lol. Scott I would be very curious to know what you guys fixed in Flash Blogger. It's a great program, but using the latest version I haven't spotted any new features yet.

I totally bet it did have something to do with that. You do know this forum post is almost a year old right? :)
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I totally bet it did have something to do with that. You do know this forum post is almost a year old right?


haha, ya I know, but the post is from 2010 and that's also when downloads page shows the last update to Flash Blogger, so I was just wondering what was new. I post to old threads all the time, even threads that are five years old, because I know that users are still searching for those posts and benefiting from the information.

So were any new features added to Blogger, or was it just making it more Windows 7 compatible? Did you fix the issue where you have to manually add ".xml" to the filename or all your entries disappear?
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You are asking me to remember what was changed a year ago! ;)

Nothing noteworthy. Just some changes to the installer.
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Well I figured it had been written down somewhere ;)
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See, you all got me excited when I saw this post come up, and then I realized it was a year old.


Boooo.

Scott,

Where are all of those monthly updates? You still do those?
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The Philosopher wrote:
See, you all got me excited when I saw this post come up, and then I realized it was a year old.


Boooo.

Scott,

Where are all of those monthly updates? You still do those?

Yes, I still do. The March one I plan on posting tomorrow or this weekend. ;)
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