Does anyone use qutebrowser to edit a WordPress site?
I've been on an old WordPress version for a while, and it has always worked fine for editing posts: I could turn off WYSIWYG by choosing WordPress's "text editor" instead of "code editor", enabling me to edit the HTML; then, doing qute's "open-editor" function on the text box gave me a terminal window with vim, in which I could edit my post, save, then publish it, badda-boom. Today I upgraded to the new WordPress, and the funniest thing is happening: I do exactly the procedure described above, and when I save from vim, it *does* visually update the WordPress text editor window with my content. However, when I then tell WordPress to publish the thing, the new content isn't on the blog. I've discovered if I subsequently copy my (changed) text from the WP text editor window and repaste this content right back on top of it, *then* publish, it works. But this is weird (and that's a sucky workaround). Any idea why this might be happening? Sure is odd. - Stephen Davies, Ph.D. (step...@umw.edu)