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I pushed out a new release on Friday.

I'm pondering if it would be better closing this page down and creating a Community instead (or possibly just posting releases to the Emacs G+ community). The main reason being I always forget about this page as you have to explicitly switch your identity to it.

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I find communities far too high volume (and no quality control) when I just want release announcements - especially if you merge it into the emacs community (think of the poor vimmers ;)).

I'd be fine with anything that spits out RSS, though...
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I've just push v1.11 to the Chrome Webstore. It's mostly a simple bug-fix release:


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* Fixed some breakage to the "edit focused area" feature
* Fixed broken link to embedded edit-server

edit-server.el

* A couple of fixes for Emacs 24 compatibility
* Globalize the minor mode so it persists through major-mode changes
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Have just switched to the Edit with Emacs profile to catch up adding followers to circles before realising it doesn't matter as I always post public posts here! Still it's good to see a lot of users here :-)
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sigh it looks like Google rejected one of the images I uploaded for the web-store due to too much white space and small text. Could I convince any of my users to take some "action" screen shots of Edit with Emacs so I can make the web-store page look a little less sucky?

See the link for Google's guidelines for promo images.
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A new version of Edit with Emacs has just been published to the Chrome Web store. Happy editing :-)

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* Upgraded manifest to version 2 for future releases of Chrome
* Added an "Enable Debug" flag to control logging to console
* Use Mutation Observers to better track changes in dynamic DOMs
* Fake a keypress when updating the textarea
* Bug fix for handling editable DIV elements

 edit-server.el
 
* Now available from the MELPA package archive!
* Beta support for iterative C-x C-s saving (it works but is ugly, see kill-ring) * Default to using UTF-8 coding for process communication
* Raise existing frame consistently on Mac
* Tweak the portion of the URL used to name buffers
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Can anyone help and Edit with Emacs user diagnose what's failing with the latest Aquamacs? I have no real way of testing any fixes as I don't have a Mac.

https://github.com/stsquad/emacs_chrome/issues/52
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In which I discuss discovering ibuffer and Google+ (whoa, meta).
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It will probably make sense if I do all future announcements from these fancy new G+ pages thing.
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has released the latest version of Edit with Emacs to the Google Chrome web-store. Improvements include the ability to edit Google+ status boxes as well as a much improved options page. This will probably be the last release for some time so hopefully all the bugs have been properly squashed.
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Edit in-browser text with your favourite editor.
Introduction
Edit with Emacs is an extension for Google's Chrome(ium) browser family that allows you to edit text areas on your browser in a more full featured editor. 

It comes packaged with an edit-server for Emacs that allows you to natively interact with the extension.