I have Properly Worked out Why My Windows Live Write Plugin Was Not Working

In two of my previous post I have talked about not being able to get the Windows Live Writer Plugins to work.

It was all because I was adding new classes in via the solution explorer, and when doing this the class is "made" with out an access modifier, which means that it is "internal" by default and thus wouldn't be reflected (or what ever mechanism the Windows Live Writer tool uses).  I made the class public and voila!

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