I see that Autoblog pulls an image from the RSS feed and creates an image at the beginning of each post. This is great. But what I notice is that the image Autoblog inserts is not treated using the same style tag that WP creates if you were to insert the image manually. (class="alignleft, etc). This can interfere with some advanced themes that allow image zooming, etc.
Would it be possible in your next version to code Autoblog to insert the image using the same style tags that WP would use?
Also, you might want to offer the user the option of surrounding it with an that points to the image location or not.
Just to be clear, I'm not talking about the featured image.
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Example of how Autoblog inserts the image:
<p><img src="(domain)/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/image-name.png" style="width:250px;padding:5px 10px 10px 0;float:left" /></p>
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Example of how Wordpress would insert the image:
<p><img class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-2088" alt="image name" src="(domain)/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/image-name.png" width="250" height="262" /> ...
does this make sense and is this a reasonable suggestion? Let me know if there is a reason for not doing it -- I'm happy to be corrected.