Upgrading ScribeFire Plugin to 3.1.3

October 18, 2008 · Posted in Applications 

After upgrading to Firefox 3.1 Beta 1, I find it tempting to use as much as possible. So, currently, Goodbye to Google Chrome for the time being. With the switch back to Mozilla Firefox, I found that they have changed the way how tabbing works; I still prefer the former way.

Anyway, upon upgrading Firefox, I realised that most of my plugins do no work anymore. The only one that works, so far, is ScribeFire. Writing on ScribeFire now, I realised that it is so easy to use. Once again, the only drawback is, it does not support image uploading, the way that WordPress does it. So, a lot of features would have been lost. For image-uploading, it is best to be done at WordPress website level. one more thing about ScribeFire, it does not support colour-coding.

For ScribeFire, this is a good functionality just to write and blog posts. Save it as draft and then publish as draft. It follows that before publishing the post officially online, do a final maintenance (including image uploading) and then that’s about it!

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2 Responses to “Upgrading ScribeFire Plugin to 3.1.3”

  1. website guy Ireland Windows XP Internet Explorer 7.0 on October 18th, 2008 8:32 pm

    I’ve got to try this scribefire. I’m still loggin onto my wordpress site everytime I want to blog. How backward am I?!

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