BlogAssist is a Mac OS X application that makes the HTML markup easier to handle and consequently the weblog and website editing process.
BlogAssist can be used in three ways, all of them being equally good:
· Through a a small menu bar item - simply copy some text to the clipboard, choose the operation, then paste the result in the desired location.
· Through the Services Menu - select text and hit Cmd-< to display a small panel. Them select the suitable operation and click OK to drop the marked up text back into your document.
· Through the Floating Window, which floats above all other windows, always available.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Added a Substitutions preference page, that optionally replaces symbols and accented characters with the HTML entity equivalents. It can also be used to replace URLs, e.g. to strip off a base URL for your own domain, or change it to localhost (or anything else).
· Updated all three BlogAssist modes to support the new substitution preferences.
· Reimplemented the auto-launch preference to work with Mountain Lion and sandboxing.
· Removed the quit confirmation preference.
· Added a license button to the Preferences window, when unlicensed, to make it easier to buy the app. (Standard edition only)
· Removed the in-app purchase options, since not compatible with 64-bit, and rarely used. (Standard edition only)
· Fixed display of license entry date in the Licenses editor. (Standard edition only)
· Updated German and French localizations.
· Updated the User Guide.
· The standard edition of the app is now signed with a Developer ID to support Gatekeeper on Mountain Lion. (Standard edition only)
· The app is no...