May. 13th, 2009 09:16 pm
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[personal profile] vera_j
Well, I am hopeless. I did everything you told me to and still nothing.
On top of that I can´t get to LJ, so I do hope it is only for a while.
I try, I really do but I can´t settle here.

on 2009-05-13 08:50 pm (UTC)
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Posted by [personal profile] sharpiefan
Right, I haven't seen what people have told you to do so far. You might find it easier to open DW in another tab so you can refer back to these instructions as you do it.

What you need to do is go down to the bottom of the form for posting an entry.

Make sure you've got it set up to post to your LJ account too - to do this, click the 'Manage your accounts' link next to that checkbox.

Click 'add new account'. You might want to delete any accounts you've already set up and start again.

Select the site, type in your LJ account name and your LJ password - Dreamwidth don't learn your password; they just use it to confirm with LJ that you are who you say you are on LJ.

Choose 'crosspost by default' if you want. Click 'create'.

Type your post. Then, when you post, you check the 'crosspost this entry' box at the bottom of the post-entry form. Your LJ journal should be clickable now. Click on the box to select your LJ (or InsaneJournal or whatever else you've got set up), select what access level you want to give it - it'll be the same on both journals - and post your entry.

Hey presto, two entries, two journals. Easy as winking. :D

on 2009-05-13 09:10 pm (UTC)
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Posted by [personal profile] kerravonsen
On top of that I can´t get to LJ, so I do hope it is only for a while.
You weren't the only one, and it has come back now.


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