Posts Tagged ‘adobe’

Moderate Comments From Your Desktop

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Searching through my feeds today, I came across a very cool plugin/application combo. It’s called Moderator and was written by Daniel Dura. Moderator is a combination of a WordPress plugin and an Adobe Air Application. With the Adobe AIR app, you can: Viewing unmoderated comments. Dock and system tray notifications of the number of unmoderated comments. Accept, delete, and spam comments from within the desktop client. Close application window, or minimize it to the system tray while running. Shows the Gravatar icons for the user who posted the comment. After installing and then activating the plugin, I installed the application. Installation went smoothly and now I have access to my comment moderation queue right from my desktop. An additional touch is that, my Windows taskbar now has an icon that mimics the comment moderation bubble graphic with a number that represents the amount of comments in the moderation queue. Pretty […]

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Adobe Contribute and WordPress

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Adobe Contribute and WordPress Adobe contribute now works with WordPress and other blogging tools to allow users to post and publish content from within Adobe, Macromedia and Microsoft applications directly to blogs as well as other publishing applications and CMSs. Lots of tricks and features built in, including workflow and authoring permissions (not sure how it is implemented). I like their selling point that it will help users get started with blogging by integerating blogs into existing and familiar publishing environments.

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