Testing with LochJournal 1.0eb. The GUI for this version is almost completely revised from the last one I tried. It's pretty good - kudos to xb95.
I'm slowly running out of LJ Clients to try. I'm going to have to start bumming hardware/equipment/air-time from other people if I want to play with some of the others. I've asked juky if I can use his Palm because I'm his Favorite Brother® (long story; ask me to explain some other time) =D So, by week's end, I'll have one or two more in my list =D
Mozilla-Livelizard: 1.2, 1.5
Web: 1.0, 1.1
Win32-LochJ: 1.0ab, 1.0eb
Win32-MFC-Sema: 1.2-beta4, 1.2-beta4a, 1.2-beta6a, 1.2-beta6aU
Win32-MFC: 1.4.6, 1.4.6-lite, 1.4.7-beta
And they're all legit. I actually installed the setup on the different platforms, set up the client and used it to post. As opposed to just faking them all with a scriptie-doo.
I was just added to the SharpJournal Beta Testers list. *teehee*
I don't have the TCL/Tk one because it's kinda non-existent. I don't have a UNIX environment (we mightmightmight get a Solaris/Oracle project *DROOL*). Drivel and the other GTK clients are waiting for me to upgrade to RedHat 7.3 and get Gnome 2.0...
I want to get at least ONE real Linux/UNIX client - so far, I've cheated and used the Perl clients with ActivePerl on Win2K. =P
But it's been a fun Scavenger Hunt kind of thing =) I do one when I'm bored, settling in for a long compile, while I'm eating lunch or something. I'm not racing anyone. If I were, someone's probably beat me to completing the list already.