One of the attractive features (for me) was the WYSIWIG editor, but it, in fact, only works on Macs and in Internet Explorer (and I'm not switching back to IE just to use WordPress). So, had I know this beforehand, i would have gone with another blogging system. Developers should make sure their stuff actually works before advertising it.
I'd have to beg to disagree. I use it, daily from many windows machines all running Firefox 126.96.36.199, IE7 beta 2, IE6 and Opera 9 beta. Oh, and linux (FC5) FF 1.5. The only one that doesn't handle the WYSIWYG editor "properly" is Opera 9. It is close... but very very slow. (and quite frankly, many Mac folks are upset since it doesn't work with Safari... so not sure about your macophile crack.)
In other words, while folks who have problems DO post here, you can't take that as an indication that the world has ended for editing. Obviously all the folks who do NOT have problems aren't remember to swing by and drop a note indicating that all is still working well. Nor, of course, would I expect them to do that.
Did you see the post on this topic earlier today mentioning that the person missed a .js file as part of the install?
Firefox works great for me with the extensions I run. But there are so many dang extentions out there for it that can change behavior that damning the developers for not hitting one person's combination of extensions is hardly fair. Or even 6 people's combinations.
Just my 2 bits.