Certified Personal Trainee (peloquin3) wrote in ijournal,
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Feature Suggestion

Having moved from a PC and Semagic, I've been looking for a viable replacement and I have been testing Phoenix, iJournal, and xJournal. So far I'm leaning toward iJournal, but one thing Semagic and Phoenix do that I find myself missing is the ability to insert a link to a user and include an alternate name for the person. For example, instead of just putting <LJ user="peloquin3">, which yields: peloquin3, you have the option of using a couple of fill in boxes that generate fthe following code: <a href="http://www.livejournal.com/userinfo.bml?user=peloquin3"><img height="17" alt="peloquin3" border="0"src="http://www.livejournal.com/img/userinfo.gif" align="absmiddle" width="17"></a><b><a href="http://www.livejournal.com/users/peloquin3/">kacey</a></b>, which instead yields: peloquin3kacey.

I realize its pretty minimal, but I often like to refer to my friends by their real names, even when I still want to link to their journals, and that's just a lot of typing when your client doesn't generate the code for you. I don't know if suggestions are openly welcome here, but I thought I'd at least say that it looks like a good client, I just miss this one feature (so far).

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