dreamweaver: A white mug of coffee sitting on a wooden table beside a computer (Best Part of the day: Computer and coffe)
Okay, this is for those who have free accounts, or regular paid accounts. The number of crossposts you can make are somewhat less than for the highest paid tier.
  • Deepest Sender : Is a Firefox addon for posting to your journals, and I believe it lets you post to several journals at once. (ETA: I've been informed that Deepest sender doesn't post to several journals at once, you'd have to cut and paste and send each one separately. The only benefit you'd have with DS is if you have very little HD space. DS is a small file. And you don't have to open several windows and tabs.)

  • Semagic : Which you can set up so you can post to as many journals as you want, all with a couple of clicks.

Sorry, I don't have any Linux/Unix crossposting things to list yet. You guys who use those OSs are not less important, and I have some links somewhere for posting programs for those OSs, I just don't have the time to hunt for them right at the mo. I've done a mini tutorial for setting up Semagic. If you click on the Semagic tag down there, it will bring up those posts if you need it :)

dreamweaver: Green Hairy thing with a steaming cup of coffee (Default)
Okay so you want to set up your Semagic for Dreamwidth.

Fire up your Semagic program.

Uncheck the remember password and auto login if they're checked. You can tick the boxes again later. But to get Dreamwidth on Semagic you need those unchecked for right now.

Go up to the top of the interface and click on File.

Then click server settings.

A box ahould pop up.

Dreamwidth is not on the list of servers, so you'll have to add it manually.

In the server box, highlight whatever is there and delete.

Type in www.dreamwidth.org

Leave the port number as is.

Leave the path number as is.

Type in your Dreamwidth username and password into the boxes.

The API should be for LiveJournal.

The secure password box should be checked.

Hit okay.

Exit the program and restart.

Your name should be on the drop down list of usernames, but if it's not; type your Dreamwidth username and password into the sign in boxes, and check remember password if you don't want to have to type it in every time. Or auto login if you want to login into Dream width first when you start the program.

Then click the log in button, and you should be all set to go.

This is the method I used to get Dreamwidth on Semagic.

I hope this helps:)

I have no clues about troubleshooting problems with the program.

I reckon you'd have to go to the LJ community and ask for help there.


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