Chronicle LiveJournal Client's Journal|
[Most Recent Entries]
Below are the 12 most recent journal entries recorded in
Chronicle LiveJournal Client's LiveJournal:
|Monday, July 11th, 2005|
|Monday, May 3rd, 2004|
1. The client (v. the one I was talking about last time I contacted Timbo) crashes at startup if I give the wrong password.
2. The "end" key doesn't do nothing.
Feetcher Reek West
1. Have the thingy download our journal's colour and background and font default settings, just like it downloads our user pics, for startup, that way we'll be able to enter it in an even more WYSIWYG fashion!Human Bean Juice Current Mood: distracted
|Saturday, May 1st, 2004|
Just found out that Chronicle doesn't default back to the original settings. That's
why the Raining post in the community a few minutes ago, sorry about that. I will
have to get used to putting my settings back to where they need to be, but in the
mean time are there any plans for default settings?
Current Mood: still wet
Custom Posting, or Use Mask
I've been enjoying the Chronicle client, in fact for the most part I like it better
than the Semagic that I had been using. Last night I made a post using one of my
filters with the Chronicle. I really should have made a test post first to see how
it worked but didn't think too. Anyway, although I clicked on the particular list
of friends that I wanted to send the post too it actually went to all three of the
filters that I have listed in there. I thought at first that I had done something
wrong so I went back and did a test post to make sure and even though I clicked
just one filter it went to all of them.
|Tuesday, April 27th, 2004|
Chronicle doesn't seem to respond to the Windows shutdown command. I need to go
into the tray and shut it down manually before windows will shut down.
|Saturday, April 24th, 2004|
|Thursday, February 19th, 2004|
Weird: How did this get pasted into my clipboard when I tried to copy and paste
the private trial entry?
"Assertion failure (c:\dev\delco7\htmledit2\Source\psHtmlEdit.pas, line 6112)"
My original post:
Chronicle, blah blah Chronicle...
What can this puppy do?
Okay. I like it a little bit. It feels kinda neat, it's spell-checking as I go and
it has "new car" smell. I want to be able to edit my posts though (at
the moment I'm doing it from the LJ website) and I put in a LJ user to see what
would happen when I clicked a person next to "friends" and even though
I deleted it the name appeared in the post. Keep working on it.
It's crashed a couple of times and doesn't remember my password even though I tell
it to. Whatever. I'm sleepy.
|Tuesday, February 17th, 2004|
Chronicle Client Update Now Available
is an update to Chronicle available. Main enhancement is image support, but there
are others as well. You can download it from the Chronicle
For those who have forgotten, Chronicle is a really cool LiveJournal client that
works a lot more like a word processor than typing in a web page. It lets you easily
insert links, friends, images and more.
This is still a beta, but it's running pretty solidly for me, and I rarely use the
webpage (or another client!) to do entries anymore. It doesn't have a lot of the
advanced features of other clients (friends management and so on), but that's on
the to-do list.
Feedback is welcomed at thechronicleclient community, or in my own journal.
|Saturday, February 7th, 2004|
Chronicle - State of the Union
Sorry for the excessively long wait without news. Here's an update as to why things
slowed down and what it happening now.
After the most recent update, I started making some changes to do things like
cache user images and so on. I got this working very well, however, in order to
do this I created a database. Now, this is fine, except that since this is a hack-project,
and not something that I'm designing very carefully, I didn't want to worry about
updating the data structures. So, suddenly I was looking at writing an upgrade
routine in case there were changes to the database, and that was a lot more effort
than I wanted to worry about.
There were some serious design flaws that were associated with me being lazy and
stupid, instead of smart. This is most obvious when you minimize the main Chronicle
window. You'll notice that it doens't go to the taskbar, and instead minimizes
to the desktop. This is, in technical terms, ass.
So, because of the above points, I got a little discouraged and stopped working
much on things.
I have revisited Chronicle, because I've had a number of people asking about it
recently. So far, I've removed the database code completely, and have moved to
an easier to maintain method of storing the data - INI files. Additionally, I've
fixed the design problems, and overall I'm much happier with the current state
In summary, development has restarted, and I hope to have an update sometime late
tomorrow or Monday which has a number of new features.
For those of you who have been using Chronicle despite its faults, thank you! I
think the next version will really impress people. :-)
As always, please feel free to contact me if you have any questions, suggestions
Current Mood: good
|Tuesday, December 2nd, 2003|
|Monday, December 1st, 2003|
Stupid Prince of Persia.
Sorry for the delays. There are three reasons why the new client isn't ready.
First, Prince of Persia is too damn fun.
Second, in order to cache the user pictures, I need to create accounts, which meant some pretty hectic design changes internally to the way that Chronicle deals with logins and so on. It's mostly working, but it's not there yet.
Third, I do have a day job, and it interferes with everything. :-)
You can, if you're feeling very brave and can tolerate slower-than-I-like login times (up to 15 or 20 seconds, depending on the number of userpictures you have), you can download a recent build from http://www.uil.net/files/Chronicle.zip
... Make sure you uninstall the old version before installing this one.
As always, thoughts, suggestions, complaints, etc. are welcomed. Current Mood: sore
|Friday, November 28th, 2003|
Ok, because it's nice to have a central place to yabber about things, I've gone
and created a community
for Chronicle. Please join, and follow what should prove to be a fun and interesting
journey into me wasting more time than I have on something that most people will
never see. :-)
Like I'm doing it for other people or something. Ha!
Anyway, I'll be releasing my first version of Chronicle sometime today. I want to
add caching of moods and user pics, since they can take an awfully long time to
download, especially if you're a sucker without cable or DSL.
Current Mood: accomplished