A: Hi Pierro, thanks for the question and welcome to Askablogr! If I understand your question, you can access your Askablogr account in IE and Firefox, but not in Flock. If that’s true, it’s doesn’t come as a big surprise: Askablogr is still an Alpha, so we haven’t tested or optimized it for any of the alternative browsers. I just took a look at our Google Analytics account and here’s how our current visitors break down by browser type:
- Firefox 58.91%
- Internet Explorer 28.40%
- Safari 6.70%
- Opera 4.23%
I’m not sure how Flock is represented in Google Analytics, but the next browser on the list is show as Mozilla Compatible Agent, at just 0.88% of all visits. If that’s Flock, it may be a little while before we take a closer look. I’m sorry that we aren’t able to help right now, but thanks to your question the issue is now on our bug list, so we’ll tackle it as soon as we’re able to. Thanks again for letting us know, and for using Askablogr.
Flock uses the exact same rendering engine as Firefox 2.x, so your blog should work fine in Flock.
What this person may be asking is if they can get Askablogr into Flock’s built-in Blog Editor. Unless you are powered by one of our support services, you won’t be supported by the Blog Editor. If you’re interested in getting Askablogr into Flock, please let me know: we’d be happy to work with you!
Flock Community Ambassador
evan at flock dot com