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LJ-Sec updated to v0.5 [May. 31st, 2007|05:14 pm]
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LJ-Sec, a Windows-based program that allows you to change post security, delete posts, find and replace items, and more, has been updated today to version 0.5.

This adds a new feature -- the ability to repost journal entries from one account to another, whether you are on Livejournal or elsewhere. You can select as many entries as you like to transfer -- from one to all. Select only entries with certain keywords using find; select only certain security levels; etc.

The transfer has some limitations. The biggest one is that comments will not transfer. That significantly limits the usefulness of this feature, but it seems that some would still find a post-only transfer to be useful. There's a good chance custom security groups won't transfer either (though you can try). If transferring cross-server, features not supported on the receiving server obviously won't transfer, either. The rest should transfer pretty nicely.

As usual, LJ-Sec requires the .NET framework 1.1 and IE 5.0; all posts also must be in Unicode in order for LJ-Sec to sync right (you can convert older posts here). The Mono compatible fork, for experimenting on other platforms, has also been updated.

Find the download for LJ-Sec at http://www.mp3vcr.com/ljsec/.

[User Picture]From: rikuxsora
2007-07-04 11:15 pm (UTC)

-=is late=-

:D;; Is there any way to change the security of community posts? As in, starting a community "fresh" by making all of the previous posts private? I really don't want to have to do that manually. xD
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[User Picture]From: soundwave106
2007-07-05 11:52 am (UTC)

Re: -=is late=-

Unfortunately this is not possible at this time. I don't think this is even supported at the Livejournal API level, elsewise I would've implemented it a while back.
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