Blogging on Snow Leopard – MacJournal

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It is a great feature and now I will share it with you guys. MacJournal offers you rich text editor environment and lets you write and save the draft even when you are offline and upload it later on. Also, this way you have an offline backup of all your posts! I really like the fullscreen layout. It relieves your eyes of strain and let you write in a distraction free environment.

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Full Screen Layout

Writing your post: Take complete advantage of the versatile editor. You can change colors, add links, change background, insert audio, video and images, so on. You can simply copy and paste stuff in the post.

Adding tags: To add tags to your post, two finger click the entry title and pull up the inspector (Show Inspector). Alternatively click the Screenshot2009-11-19at10.26.18AM4.png icon on the top. It lets you to edit the post title, add tags, annotate, rate the article, decide on the priority and status of the post.

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Setting up the MacJournal: Now, you need is to configure MacJournal for the blog you want to upload your content to. Go to the share on the menu bar and select Send to. Choose the configure default option and this will open a setup dialog. Enter the address of the blog and press continue. It should identify your blog and ask you to enter the username and password and then you are done configuring!

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Uploading your posts: Save your article and click share and send to “—–”. You can now choose categories you want your post to be in and upload it. You will get a confirmation once the transfer is complete.

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As simple as it can get plus all the features of MacJournal. Come on, you need to pat my back for this trick 😛

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