Archive for the 'MarsEdit' Category

WordPress 4.4.1: Scheduling Problem Solved

Friday, January 8th, 2016

I’m happy to share that the WordPress 4.4.1 release addresses the issue I reported previously with MarsEdit’s scheduled dates being misinterpreted by WordPress blogs. Thanks to the WordPress team for taking the regression seriously and choosing to revert the change that was at the root of the problem. Happy scheduling, everybody!

WordPress 4.4 Scheduling Issue

Tuesday, December 15th, 2015

WordPress 4.4 includes a change that affects the scheduling of posts, or changing of a previously published post’s “publish date.” The change causes a discrepancy between the date as specified in MarsEdit, and the date as recorded on the blog server. Specifically: the time specified in MarsEdit will be adjusted by WordPress, by the hours […]

Quick Post With MarsEdit

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

Andy Ihnatko is giving MarsEdit a spin, and had some good feedback for me with respect to a specific blogging workflow he’s trying to achieve. In short: he wants something more Twitter-like to dash off thoughts and publish them directly to a blog. What I really want is a system-wide hotkey. No matter where I […]

MarsEdit 3.7.3: Restore Old HTTPS Behavior

Tuesday, October 20th, 2015

MarsEdit 3.7.3 is available now on the MarsEdit home page, and will be submitted to the Mac App Store approval for approval by Apple. This is a quick-fix to revert one aspect of 3.7.2 that turned out to cause troubles: the enabling by default of support for TLS 1.1 and 1.2 protocols with HTTPS. To […]