This post originally appeared on the Annexe, when it was hosted on Fargo.
(A big thanks to everyone in the Fargo community for their comments. If I had a Disqus account, I’d thank you! I’ll try out your suggestions. ☺)
As far as I can tell, no way to disable Disqus comments. For reasons I won’t get into here, I prefer not to use them.
My custom CSS doesn’t seem to be coming through.
No spell checking. I make so many typos this is bound to be an issue.
Each panel in the Settings window has to be updated seperately. If I change something in “Font” then click “Advanced” without clicking OK first, my changes are deleted.
The Fargo outline editor doesn’t respect the [Shift]-[Down] combination to select an entire line, like most contemporary editors.
It’s US centric, or at least the timestamps are. I’m in Sydney, Australia, and these dates are wildly wrong. Wonder if there’s a way to define a +1000 timezone?
The title for my blog here seems to have vanished.
Those issues aside, usability wise I’m liking this a lot. I’m not going to give up my primary self-hosted blog, but this could be used for any number of side projects I’m working on. And I’ve always had a thing for outlines.
Being able to hit [Command]-[R] and [Command]-[L] to indent or move out an outline point is nice.
+1 for RSS 2.0 (It’s Dave, so what would you expect?). The less I have to deal with Atom, the better.