It's been 2 days since the last bug report from the beta test team. Either I've managed to bore them to death, or activeRenderer is now glitch free. Even if the former is far more likely, Independence Day seems as good a day as any to launch activeRenderer Release Candidate 1.
You can download
the tool from the activeRenderer page
, where I've tried to pack as much information and illustrations as I could in an 'oulinely' ordered fashion.
The whole point of releasing activeRenderer as a Radio tool is to make installation nearly transparent, and user experience as simple as possible. The Frontier tool concept is brillant.
activeRenderer lets you publish outlines stored in OPML documents (Radio's default) to your weblog's public site, while keeping the indentation and expand/collapse features of outlines in the HTML page.
activeRenderer can also give an outline style to your weblog pages, and insert OPML documents as sections of the page, such as blogrolls and sidebars.
activeRenderer is free, and can be updated automatically if registered.