The Missing-e browser extension rocks so hard it’s embarrassing. It gives you functionality that you may or may not know you were missing. Tumblr begrudges the m-e innovations somewhat and has a bogie-full warning when you use it. Consider it, but I’d encourage you to install it over their protestations. You can read missing-e’s official response if you like. But man m-e is seriously full of win sauce to top off the win-sundae that is Tumblr. also: Win! I will stop that now.
Looks like Tumblr has finally implemented their “Fast Reblog” feature. To use it, hold down the Alt key and click on a reblog button on a dashboard post. Voila, reblogged!
So, why would you need Missing e’s existing Quick Reblog feature? I threw together this helpful chart to show you how Missing e can improve your reblogging!
Don’t know how to activate Missing e’s Quick Reblog feature? Read this FAQ entry to find out.
Get Missing e here: http://missing-e.com/download
Missing e is okay by me. Glad to hear a geek’s endorsement after reviewing the code…
For anyone who was concerned:
I’ve spent some time looking through the publicly available source code for Missing e as well as comparing that to the installed extensions. There is no need to worry about any kind of data loss, privacy issues, or anything.
No data about…
Highly recommended!! Missing-e browser extension for Tumblr—works on Chrome, FFox & Safari.
Will I ever stop making silly images when Missing e hits arbitrary download milestones?
Anyways, Missing e has reached 300,000 downloads in the four months it has been available! I am continually astounded and excited by the response my little browser extension has generated.
Thanks to all of you for your support, ideas and understanding during those times Missing e seems to need continual fixing!
Download Missing e at missinge.infraware.ca
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