XKit Mobile Version 1.0.3 is now available.
As promised, version 1.0.3 of the XKit Mobile is now available.
New features and changes include:
- Hold + Reblog: Just hold the reblog button to quickly reblog a post without opening the reblog window.
- Search: You can now search posts and filter results by post type (audio, video, text, etc.)
- QuickBlogs: You can now create “shortcuts” for blogs you visit often.
- Shorten Posts: Allows you to quickly scroll past long posts you are not interested in.
- Faster: Up to 25% faster page loading, up to 5x faster GIF loading (along with smoother GIF rendering.)
- Improvements to the user interface.
- Many bug fixes and other improvements.
As always, please let me know if you hit any bugs or have suggestions.
PS: Sorry about the mobile posting. Most of the future updates will be posted on the XKit Mobile blog from now on.
See something you shouldn’t see in Tumblr’s search results?
We’ve made it easier to notify our Trust & Safety team: Just click the flag (⚑).
SIGNAL BOOST. IF ANYONE CAN BRAVE THE TAGS, YOU CAN NOW CLICK THE VIOLATING TUMBLR GUIDELINES.
Before you ask: yes, I am also planning an Android version. But it requires me to learn yet another programming language and re-write it from ground up, I can’t say anything about when it will be available, I’m sorry.
Introducing XKit for iPhone
Well it took a few months, but it’s here: XKit for iOS is now available on the App Store. It comes with Blacklist, PostBlock, Mute, One-Click Reply, Disable GIFs, No Recommended Posts and much more.
I also wrote a transparency letter about it, if you are interested.
Someone asked me how to make a typography poster like this one, and i will try to make something you can understand. I must say that i’m sure there’s easier ways to make stuff like this, probably on Illustrator, but i only know how to make stuff on photoshop (and 99% the times i get lost and confused and i don’t know what i’m doing anymore, seriously), so i will try to explain how i made my poster in the best way possible. This is my first or second try of typography, so it can be a little bit confusing, but any question, my ask are always open! I’ll explain by parts, so let’s go:
☆ graphic tutorials masterpost ☆
How to make a text like this
hey, if you’ve ever wanted to learn how to make a gif but doing it traditionally in photoshop is too hard, you should look at this.
gifcam is an app designed to make making gifs easy. all you have to do to record a gif is size the window and hit record. it has a built in editor and it saves with low filesizes and many options.
the best thing about the whole deal is that its completely free. yeah. thats right. you wont pay for anything and you’ll never have to
you can download gifcam here, and if you want, you could reblog to spread the word about this awesome software
dont forget to like or reblog this post if you download likes inspire me. don’t redistribute or claim as your own. thanks for choice. enjoy.
Even if you don’t have photoshop, you can still totally…
I sure can do that! Handbreak! This youtube video will help. youtube.com/watch?v…
Awesome! Thanks, doll. :D This will help me get caught up on my 200 day hiatus challenge! :D
Write Rhymes finds rhymes for your words while you write and takes the weirdness out of poetry and scheming.
THAT FIRST SITE IS EVERY WRITER’S DREAM DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY TIMES I’VE TRIED WRITING SOMETHING AND THOUGHT GOD DAMN IS THERE A SPECIFIC WORD FOR WHAT I’M USING TWO SENTENCES TO DESCRIBE AND JUST GETTING A BUNCH OF SHIT GOOGLE RESULTS
Sure, you can change your poster image and your avatar as much as you’d like. But whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, or virtually any other social media site, your identity and feed can only fit into one strict template. You are but a series of unique photos trapped in an otherwise universal layout.
Tumblr wants to change that with their updated iOS and Android app, launched today. The new app will, for the first time, enable users to edit their Tumblrs on mobile devices.
[Description: Screen captures illustrating the following steps for using the Archive of Our Own’s Tumblr share feature.]
Hey, did you know there’s an easy way to share AO3 works and bookmarks on Tumblr?
Copying and pasting the URL into a link post is easy, sure, but AO3 has a built-in way to share not just the link, but all of the important work information (e.g. the rating and the relationships), and it only takes a few clicks.
- Locate and select the Share link on the work you want to share. It’s at the top of the work, with the Bookmark, Download, and other links.
- A modal window will open on top of the work. Within it, locate and select the Tumblr link. (If there isn’t a Tumblr link, that means the work’s owner has disabled this option, and you’ll have to settle for sharing the regular way.)
- A mini Tumblr post form will open, already filled in with the work URL, title, author, tags, and summary. If you want to post it to your blog right away and without tags, select Create Post.
- But if you want to add tags or put the post in your queue, select Advanced instead. You can add a comma-separated list of tags or set other posting options here, and then click Create Post when you’re done.
- Admire the beauty of your lovely link post! And check your Dash, you know, as long as you’re here…
There’s also a Tumblr option for sharing bookmarks that will automatically include any notes you’ve added to that bookmark. You can find the Share button for bookmarks on your bookmarks page, right by the options for editing or deleting a particular bookmark (using the regular Share button on top of the work won’t copy your notes).
Under the cut you will find 26 icons of Darren Criss from the video “Already Home”. These icons have been made by me and please like/reblog if you use. Thanks!