If you hadn't noticed, I decided to change the name of this client to Livelizard, as its far less of a mouthful than the old name.
You can now get Livelizard-1.2 here. Of course you need Mozilla to use it. Now it supports everything that the web client's update journal page does except security. Don't worry about the username/password/login ugliness. That will go away once I get the RDF datasource cleaned up.
About the widgets:
- Self explanatory
- Pick which lj picture you want to show
- Either select from the list, or type in a custom mood. This takes a little while to load on the first login when a new window is open, I need to get the RDF datastore working to capture this.
- When this is checked, lj will automatically do the newline-to-<br> translation.
- Allow comments
- Allow others to comment on this post
- Automatically set the date on post. If this is checked, the date/time you set in the date and time boxes will not be used.
- Post as
- Select which shared journal you wish to post into
- The lj user to post as
- Livelizard will save your password as an MD5 hash. While other people may be able to take you password and post comments as it, they will not be able to read its plaintext value. When opening a new window, Livelizard doesn't know the length of your plain-text password, so it fills in the password box with 16 stars.
- If you change your username/password, hit the login button to switch to the new user. I know this is clumsy, and I promise it will go away
- Update Journal
- Sumbit your journal