Hi, it seemed like the two options doesn´t working at my blog.
I have set the maximum length in characters of the title to 0 and empty the headline – part in the settings, and still the tweet was send to the headline (and the body) which is quite useless because it´s the same.
And I have checked a dozen times the option “Insert user avatar in body”, but every time I load the setup-page it is unchecked again. User-avatar should be “Bigger”- size. Did I have to put some placeholder in the body-text so the user-icon will appear?
And it seemed like my body-text was changed every time I save the page with one more “\” in
<p class=\'tweet_text\'>%author% meinte auf Twitter: %tweet%</p>
I deleted each time the “\” around the class, but it was added every time I save the page. If I don´t remove it every time before saving it ended sometimes in something like
<p class=\\\\\\'tweet_text\\\\\\'>%author% meinte auf Twitter: %tweet%</p>
So- what I have to do to post the tweets without the headlines (as status-message)? And why wasn´t there an user-icon in the body? Why are there one more “\” added every time I save the config?
And as a feature-request: It would be cool if I can post RT, but no @mentions by me. So Retweets of others will be posted to the blog, but no endless conversations between me and an other guy. So an option something like “Remove all @replies from posts (removes retweet “RT @user:” text as well)” should changed to “Remove all @replies from posts (but don´t remove retweet “RT @user:” text)” should be added. 🙂
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