May 1, 2010
Raphael Mudge gives a quick introduction to After the Deadline, a contextual spell, grammar, and style checker, including how it can help you and how you can use it everywhere on the web.
Video provided by Blaze Streaming Media.
WordCamp San Francisco 2010 19
Raphael Mudge 3
Automattician 32 featured 180 spellchecking 5 tools 3 Writing 15
Very cool plug-in! Had some problems with the Firefox plug-in when I first installed it, but I’ll give it another go. Any chance you guys can equalize the audio and re-upload to remove those harsh peaks?
Hi Raphael, I installed the Chrome extension about 2 months ago and it slowed down my system so I had to disable it. However, I’m willing to give it another try and if I have the problem again, I’ll turn off some options to see if that helps.
Overall, it’s an awesome plugin and I thank you so much for creating it. I think every bloggers can benefit so I really hope it’s working more smoothly with Chrome now. I’m glad this video was posted here. Thanks!
Raphael, you’re so right. It’s running very smoothly now. Thanks!
I created a similar plugin in the same space. But it uses a human social network to do the reviews, instead of automation. http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/bloggers-circle/ The problems they solve are akin to one another, but each is valid in it’s own right.
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