It adds a menu that puts h1, h2 and so on, right at your fingertips. It includes a couple of nice little undo/redo buttons. It looks like this:
It does not much else, yet. My mad skilz are about as pathetic as the phrase “mad skilz” sounds. But I figure my minor annoyance with Tumblr’s limited editing functionality can be your less-minor annoyance. To install this, add Greasemonkey or Tampermonkey to your browser, or as some might call it, your rig.
Happy holidays. — Ernie @ SFB
17:21 // 1 year ago
lefarce says: Since at least one of you guys have an iPad, what's the best Tumblr app? I'd like an alternative to the browser but it appears that nothing is as good (i.e. Tumbleroo treating posts like the iPad mail client.)
» We say: We admit to not having tried them out yet since they all cost money and all sound not very good. Which is too bad, because the Web interface is hobbled by the iPad’s lack of support for TinyMCE, which is also the same reason that the WordPress app kinda sucks.
10:44 // 3 years ago