I'm Outsanity.

I live in Chicago and I'm nuts.
I like games, women, tits, vagina, porn, and tits. Oh, I forgot to say I like tits. So, if you're going to be a cuntloaf about nudity on Tumblr, then you're blogging on the wrong site. Nice to meet you. Now, take off your clothes and cough.

Feel free to ask me random things or maybe submit something. Google+

 

Post Control Icons Gone Wonky? Here’s How to Fix It!

missing-e:

Looks like Tumblr has gotten around to making more of the post control buttons (delete, edit, etc) into icons!

This means that Missing e’s feature which created these icons is now making the new ones look wrong.

To fix this, go to the Missing e settings page (here’s how), click on the Dashboard Features tab, and under the section called Dashboard Tweaks, un-check the box next to the line that says “Replace text dashboard controls with icons (delete, edit, queue, publish)”.

In the next version, I’ll be fixing this so that the publish button and others that still don’t have icons will work when you turn that setting back on.

I’m sorry for the delay for the new version, but moving to NYC, starting a new job and getting / furnishing an apartment is pretty time-consuming.

Fixes for Tumblr Changes Coming Soon

missing-e:

Many users have noticed some garbling of the look of some Missing e features.

I will do my best to get a fix out for this today or tomorrow.

Please excuse the delay as I just moved from Toronto to New York City yesterday afternoon!

missing-e:

Missing e 2.11.0

This version adds a couple of new options:

  • show number of notes when you hover your mouse on a post in the Mass Post Editor [suggested by fistopherbrown]
  • a shortcut key to activate/deactivate Safe Dash: now just press X [suggested by psychodramaqueen1]

There are also some fixes for tagging anonymous asks when you publish with the Ask Tweaks options.

Most browsers will automatically update, but if you want the new version now you can update here: missing-e.com/update

If any Chrome users are having trouble updating, you can use these alternative instructions: How to Manually Force Google Chrome to Update Extensions

missing-e:

Missing e v2.9.4

In the last couple of days, I’ve been updating with a bunch of bug fixes. At the same time, I’ve also managed to add new features!

In this newest version, users of the Quick (1-Click) Reblog feature can now add a caption to their reblog from the quick reblog menu!

Updating

If you want to update immediately, you do not need to uninstall and reinstall. Instead, go to this page and follow the instructions to update:

missing-e.com/update

Find out more about Missing e at missing-e.com

If you enjoy this extension, please consider donating to support future development.

missing-e:

Missing e v2.9.4

In the last couple of days, I’ve been updating with a bunch of bug fixes. At the same time, I’ve also managed to add new features!

In this newest version, users of the Quick (1-Click) Reblog feature can now add a caption to their reblog from the quick reblog menu!


Updating

If you want to update immediately, you do not need to uninstall and reinstall. Instead, go to this page and follow the instructions to update:

missing-e.com/update


Find out more about Missing e at missing-e.com

If you enjoy this extension, please consider donating to support future development.

Tumblr to Continue Allowing Browser Extensions

missing-e:

Many Tumblr users and supporters of extensions like Missing e and XKit contacted Tumblr regarding their upcoming changes to their Terms of Service. Recently, a number of them have received a response from Tumblr similar to the one you’ll find below.

They have clarified their changes in a positive way. Although the new terms do give Tumblr a stronger position from which to come down on extension developers and users, they have made very clear statements indicating they will continue to allow Tumblr browser extensions!

Thanks so much for your support, folks! Continue using Tumblr browser extensions to your heart’s content!

Here’s the full text of the reply Tumblr has been sending to concerned extension users:

Thank you very much for taking the time to write us. Your feedback really does a tremendous amount to help us develop better policies for our community.

To answer your concern: We aren’t introducing any new policies regarding browser plug-ins.

Here’s some further clarification:

(1) The relevant language being updated appears in the draft Terms of Service under “Limitations on Automated Use”:

You may not do any of the following while accessing or using the Services: … (c) access or search or attempt to access or search the Services by any means (automated or otherwise) other than through our currently available, published interfaces that are provided by Tumblr… (d) scrape the Services, and particularly scrape Content (as defined below) from the Services, without Tumblr’s express prior written consent

This is not a new restriction. You’ll find much harsher language in our current Terms of Service:

Subscriber shall abide by all copyright notices, information, and restrictions contained in any Content accessed through the Services. … Other than as expressly set forth in this Agreement, Subscriber may not copy, modify, publish, transmit, upload, participate in the transfer or sale of, reproduce (except as provided in this Section), create derivative works based on, distribute, perform, display, or in any way exploit, any of the Content, software, materials, or Services in whole or in part.

We think the updates go a long way towards making the terms fairer and easier to understand.

(2) Similar language is standard for just about any web product out there. You’ll find similar clauses in the legal terms for using Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Kickstarter, to name a few.

The language is important for websites because it ensures, legally, that things like phishing attacks, DoS attacks, and automated crawling/repurposing of content (read: splogs) aren’t allowed. The restrictions shouldn’t reach applications that are built on top of those services in ways that positively enhance those platforms or communities.

(3) Most importantly: We obviously don’t want to take any punitive action on your account unless you’re doing something really bad. Anyone saying that “your blog is going to be deleted for X” or “reblog this or your account will be suspended” is almost certainly a troll. Suspensions usually happen because of things like spam and impersonation, as discussed more in our new Community Guidelines. We try to apply all of these policies with a tremendous amount of care and fairness.

(4) If you’ve used a browser plug-in with Tumblr before, you’ve probably seen how we’re already enforcing this policy. Users are asked to acknowledge the added risks associated with unsupported plug-ins – namely around privacy and reliability – and to accept the extra provision that our Support team will be unable to assist with any issues that arise. That’s it, and you’re back to blogging!

(5) This also doesn’t mean anything new for developers. We already block plug-ins that we catch doing anything egregious – that is usually stealing passwords or injecting ads.

“Page scraping”, which is a way of circumventing our developer tools to do things Tumblr doesn’t support, is always a grey area. We have to talk to developers occasionally when they step over the line by, for example, mishandling user data (re: privacy or integrity), introducing behavior that poisons our community (e.g., mass-messaging and unfollow notifications), or interfering with paid or promotional features.

The bigger consideration is that, as long as a developer is hacking Tumblr rather than using our developer tools, there’s no guarantee that those hacks will keep working properly.

While we’ve always been within our rights to deny access to anyone making unsupported modifications to Tumblr, we do our best to err on the side of openness. The more enthusiastic developers and happy users, the better.

:)

TL;DR: No plans to suspend accounts for using plug-ins, and our current policies on plug-ins aren’t changing.

We hope this was helpful. Please let us know if you have any more thoughts or questions!

Do you get Tumblr's 'Missing e' warning multiple times after you acknowledge it?

missing-e:

Tumblr displays a warning message to users of Missing e, highlighting what they believe are potential risks, and ask users to acknowledge before continuing to use Tumblr. However, many users are finding that to continue using Missing e, they have to acknowledge this warning multiple times.

First, Educate Yourself

While I strongly encourage you to read Tumblr’s warning, and Missing e’s official response explaining why the browser extension is safe to use, I realize that a repetitive popup message can be aggravating.

You Can Do Something About Repeated Warnings

It is not likely that Missing e will ever hide or prevent this warning from being displayed, but many users have found a simple, alternative solution that works to hide this warning after it has been read and acknowledged at least once.

Find out how to hide repeated Tumblr warnings about Missing e!

See Also: Why Missing e is safe to use

I use Missing e but sometimes people will see this even if they don’t use it. So, I chose to “tweek” this “warning” just a tad.

I use Missing e but sometimes people will see this even if they don’t use it. So, I chose to “tweek” this “warning” just a tad.

(Source: outsanity)

missing-e:

Missing e Keyboard Shortcuts

Tumblr (without Missing e) already allows you to navigate your dashboard using only your keyboard:

press J or K to jump to the next or previous post
press L to like the current post
In Missing e version 2.5.0 I added additional keyboard shortcuts:

press M to bookmark the current post (with the Bookmarker feature)
Also added in version 2.5.0, if you use Missing e’s quick (1-click) reblogging feature (find out how to turn this feature on):

press R to reblog the current post with quick reblogging
press Q to reblog the current post to your queue with quick reblogging
press D to reblog the current post to your drafts with quick reblogging
Now, in the latest version of Missing e (2.5.10), I’ve also added:

press C to open the comment / reply box for the current post
Note: If you want to use the Dashboard Tweaks, Bookmarker or Quick (1-Click) Reblogging features, but do not want to use the keyboard shortcuts, you can turn them off in the Missing e settings (find out how to get there).

Updating

If you want the new version immediately, DO NOT uninstall and reinstall Missing e, instead, read the instructions on how to update:

Instructions on how to update



Nominate Missing e for a social media award in the Shorty Awards!

missing-e:

Missing e Keyboard Shortcuts

Tumblr (without Missing e) already allows you to navigate your dashboard using only your keyboard:

  • press J or K to jump to the next or previous post
  • press L to like the current post

In Missing e version 2.5.0 I added additional keyboard shortcuts:

  • press M to bookmark the current post (with the Bookmarker feature)

Also added in version 2.5.0, if you use Missing e’s quick (1-click) reblogging feature (find out how to turn this feature on):

  • press R to reblog the current post with quick reblogging
  • press Q to reblog the current post to your queue with quick reblogging
  • press D to reblog the current post to your drafts with quick reblogging

Now, in the latest version of Missing e (2.5.10), I’ve also added:

  • press C to open the comment / reply box for the current post

Note: If you want to use the Dashboard Tweaks, Bookmarker or Quick (1-Click) Reblogging features, but do not want to use the keyboard shortcuts, you can turn them off in the Missing e settings (find out how to get there).


Updating

If you want the new version immediately, DO NOT uninstall and reinstall Missing e, instead, read the instructions on how to update:

Instructions on how to update


Nominate 'Missing e' for a Shorty Award

Nominate Missing e for a social media award in the Shorty Awards!

missing-e:

Missing e v2.5.8

~ Don’t use Tumblr’s Endless Scrolling Dashboard? ~

Then, this update is for you! At the suggestion of Missing e user tj, I’ve added an option to Dashboard Tweaks that will enhance the way users who do not use Tumblr’s Endless Scrolling dash navigate between posts with the J and K keys.

Normally, when you reach the end or beginning of the page when using the J / K shortcut keys, you have to click the “Previous Page” or “Next Page” buttons to continue browsing posts. With this new option, however, pressing one of those keys when you reach the last (or first) post will automatically load the next (or previous) page!

Please note that this option will be disabled by default. Once you’ve updated to the new version of Missing e, simply go to the settings page (find out how) and activate it under the Dashboard Tweaks feature!

~ Also, a Small Fix ~

There’s also a small fix for the alignment of the Quick (1-Click) Reblog menu in this release. [thanks to junhyun-ah for pointing this out]


Updating

If you want the new version immediately, DO NOT uninstall and reinstall Missing e, instead, read the instructions on how to update:

Instructions on how to update

***

Firefox users: Until the new version of the extension is reviewed by the Mozilla Add-Ons site, you can update just by installing the new version over top of your existing one from the versions page.

If version 2.5.8 or higher does not appear in the list, you can wait until later, or use this direct link to install.


Nominate 'Missing e' for a Shorty Award

Nominate Missing e for a social media award in the Shorty Awards!

Have you hit the post limit? I need your help!

missing-e:

If you are willing to help out, next time you get the error screen that tells you that you’ve hit the limit, I need a copy of the source code for that page. Here’s how to get it:

Chrome

  • Right-click on the error page and click “View Page Source”

Firefox

  • Right-click on the error page and click “View Page Source”

Safari

  • Right-click on the error page and click “View Source”

***

The source code for that page will show up in a new window or tab.

When you are at this point, please let me know in the Missing e askbox and I’ll provide you with an e-mail address for you to send it to. Once you’ve got that, just copy and paste all of that source code into the email.

Thanks in advance!

Reblog Yourself Problems! Can Tumblr’s Improvements Be, Themselves, Improved?

missing-e:

Hello all!

It looks like Tumblr has made more progress improving your blogging experience. It now appears that they are allowing you to reblog yourself! However, their implementation appears not to allow you to reblog from a blog, back to that same blog.

I will be looking into whether or not there is anything I can do to improve on this limitation. Please be patient during this time.

Thanks!

missing-e:

Missing e v2.5.0 - Keyboard Shortcuts
Tumblr allows you to navigate your dashboard using only your keyboard:
press J or K to jump to the next or previous post
press L to like the current post
With the newest version of Missing e, you’ll now have additional keyboard shortcuts.
press M to bookmark the current post (with the Bookmarker feature)
If you use Missing e’s quick (1-click) reblogging feature (find out how to turn this feature on):
press R to reblog the current post with quick reblogging
press Q to reblog the current post to your queue with quick reblogging
press D to reblog the current post to your drafts with quick reblogging
Note: If you want to use the Bookmarker or Quick (1-Click) Reblogging features, but do not want to use the keyboard shortcuts, you can turn them off in the Missing e settings (find out how to get there).
Updating
If you want the new version immediately, DO NOT uninstall and reinstall Missing e, instead, read the instructions on how to update:
Instructions on how to update
***
Firefox users: Until the new version of the extension is reviewed by the Mozilla Add-Ons site, you can update just by installing the new version over top of your existing one from the versions page.
If version 2.5.0 or higher does not appear in the list, you can wait until later, or use this direct link to install.
***

Nominate Missing e for a social media award in the Shorty Awards!

missing-e:

Missing e v2.5.0 - Keyboard Shortcuts

Tumblr allows you to navigate your dashboard using only your keyboard:

  • press J or K to jump to the next or previous post
  • press L to like the current post

With the newest version of Missing e, you’ll now have additional keyboard shortcuts.

  • press M to bookmark the current post (with the Bookmarker feature)

If you use Missing e’s quick (1-click) reblogging feature (find out how to turn this feature on):

  • press R to reblog the current post with quick reblogging
  • press Q to reblog the current post to your queue with quick reblogging
  • press D to reblog the current post to your drafts with quick reblogging

Note: If you want to use the Bookmarker or Quick (1-Click) Reblogging features, but do not want to use the keyboard shortcuts, you can turn them off in the Missing e settings (find out how to get there).


Updating

If you want the new version immediately, DO NOT uninstall and reinstall Missing e, instead, read the instructions on how to update:

Instructions on how to update

***

Firefox users: Until the new version of the extension is reviewed by the Mozilla Add-Ons site, you can update just by installing the new version over top of your existing one from the versions page.

If version 2.5.0 or higher does not appear in the list, you can wait until later, or use this direct link to install.

***


Nominate 'Missing e' for a Shorty Award

Nominate Missing e for a social media award in the Shorty Awards!

missing-e:

Do you like the new photo (and photoset) post notification preview recently added to Missing e?

How about a video post notification preview? I’m working on it. Sadly, it’s only working for Tumblr-uploaded videos and YouTube videos so far. Stay tuned.



Nominate Missing e for a social media award in the Shorty Awards!

missing-e:

Do you like the new photo (and photoset) post notification preview recently added to Missing e?

How about a video post notification preview? I’m working on it. Sadly, it’s only working for Tumblr-uploaded videos and YouTube videos so far. Stay tuned.


Nominate 'Missing e' for a Shorty Award

Nominate Missing e for a social media award in the Shorty Awards!

I like to think this is thanks to me

cutlerish:

Tumblr has not been idle working on their interface. Sometime earlier today or yesterday (not sure), they added the ability to upload images into the body of an answer post while responding to an ask from your inbox.

As a result, I removed the pre-existing tweak from Missing e. Missing e is still responsible for adding the + Upload photo button on new post pages (other than for text posts), however.

I don’t know that I can claim that I had any hand in this, but I like to feel that my persistence with Missing e is encouraging Tumblr to work on an interface that many felt had become stale.

It would be nice, though, if they could take the inspiration to work on their interface without implying I’m some sort of evil hacker.

Tumblr and their scare tactics over Missing E is now officially bullshit.

Explain how can Missing E can work on a tablet that’s not running Safari, Firefox, Chrome and I guess IE?

#OccupyTumblr

Tumblr and their scare tactics over Missing E is now officially bullshit.

Explain how can Missing E can work on a tablet that’s not running Safari, Firefox, Chrome and I guess IE?

#OccupyTumblr