CSBlogger 1.1 is released!

Available now here. I am little bit surprised that CSBlogger didn’t get much attention as its .Text cousin SimpleBlogger had. So I decide to list a few reasons why you should consider using CSBlogger  as your Community Server blog editor:
1) It provides features that are standard in Microsoft Office application, but not available in most blog clients, including: format painter, undo/redo, spell checker, auto-correction, etc.;
2) It has full offline support, which means you can blog on the go;
3) It has the nice look and feel of web pages, and good user experience of standalone windows application. Personally I think it is pretty cool. Take a look at screenshots, and see whether you disagree with me.
4) The “Insert Picture” and “Paste Html” issue in SimpleBlogger has been workaround in the latest release;
5) Oh, the new release allows you specify a signature for your blogs, like the one you see at the end of this post;
Ok, better stop now. Also stopped should be updates on CSBlogger releases. Now that everything I want it to do is in place, I think I can get some rest now. But, if you find any bugs, please let me know.

Have a nice day and thanks for listening to me murmuring!
Comments (7)

  1. james says:

    maybe you could pass this info to this good blog comparison table at:


  2. Craig says:

    Nice! One bug that I noticed, though : try creating a post on your blog with an apostrophe in the title, then retrieve the list of posts through CSBlogger.

  3. When I first heard of InfoPath and saw demos of it, I was dubious.  A fancy XML editor was nice…

  4. guowu says:

    Craig, cool bug! I will fix that in the next release.

  5. Mischa says:

    The one single feature I currently miss in this great tool is to have an alternative FTP upload path for images… Great work!

  6. Haven’t touched it for quiet a while, tonight I suddenly feel motivated to fix a few old bugs on CSBlogger…

  7. Haven’t touched it for quiet a while, tonight I suddenly feel motivated to fix a few old bugs on CSBlogger and…