June 18, 2014

Tumblr not supported

Filed under: Announcements -- brandon @ 11:20am

Due to API changes with tumblr, we are not able to support them with ScribeFire.

http://www.tumblr.com/docs/en/api_agreement

Obtaining and Maintaining an API Key. In order to use the Tumblr API or Tumblr Firehose, you must obtain appropriate API credentials (an “API Key”) via registration on the Developer Website. You will not share your API Key, will keep your API Key secure, and will use it as your sole means of accessing the Tumblr API or Tumblr Firehose.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this causes.

June 17, 2014

Whats new in version 4.3.3

Filed under: Releases -- cmanjoine @ 05:58pm

Version 4.3.3 of ScribeFire for Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari is now available. This version includes the following changes:

Bug Fixes

  • Allow addition of multiple blogs in a row without refreshing plugin
  • Allow the plugin to load as a popup window in chrome via the options page
  • Upgraded from facebox to UI dialog

Use the links on the right to install or report any issues.

 

April 29, 2014

Whats new in Version 4.3.1

Filed under: Firefox, Good News Everyone, Google Chrome, Opera, Releases, Safari, ScribeFire -- cmanjoine @ 05:35pm

Version 4.3.1 of ScribeFire for Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari is now available. This version includes the following changes:

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed blogger making new posts
  • Re-introduced livejournal.com support
  • Fixed image uploading issues
  • Added browser spell checker
  • Various other UX improvements

Use the links on the right to install or report any issues.

November 3, 2011

ScribeFire 4 is Available

Filed under: Firefox, Good News Everyone, Google Chrome, Opera, Releases, Safari, ScribeFire -- Christopher Finke @ 09:31pm

Version 4 of ScribeFire for Firefox, Chrome, Opera, and Safari is now available. This version includes the following changes:

New Features

  • Using OAuth authorization for WordPress.com blogs
  • Using OAuth authorization for Blogger blogs
  • Added support for “Read more” in LiveJournal blog posts
  • Private posts in Posterous
  • Upload images by copy and paste (Chrome only)

Google Chrome users, download ScribeFire 4 for Google Chrome here.

Safari users, download ScribeFire 4 for Safari here.

Firefox users, you can download ScribeFire 4 for Firefox here.

Opera users, you can download ScribeFire 4 for Opera here.

September 12, 2011

ScribeFire for Firefox is about to change

Filed under: Announcements, Firefox, ScribeFire, ScribeFire Next -- Christopher Finke @ 09:00am

After more than a year of testing, ScribeFire Next (the version of ScribeFire available for Chrome, Safari, and Opera) will be replacing the old version of ScribeFire on Firefox. I’m giving you a heads-up, because change is hard on us all.

What Changes Will I Notice?

For one, the sidebar will move from the right to the left. Other changes you’ll notice:

  • More frequent updates
  • Faster bug fixes
  • New features, faster

As you might have noticed, they key words here are “frequent” and “fast”: the way that the new version of ScribeFire is built (using HTML5 and other Web standards) allows for much quicker development than the code that the old version of ScribeFire was based on.

Your blogs and notes will transfer automatically, as well as any settings that are supported in the new version. You’ll still be able to use ScribeFire in split-screen mode, its own tab, or its own window.

What happened to [Feature X]?

You might find that New ScribeFire is missing a feature you relied on; not every feature from Old ScribeFire was transferred over. This was done in order to keep the add-on simpler and fast. If this is the case for you, you have a few options:

  • File a bug report to request the feature’s restoration.
  • Downgrade to the previous version of ScribeFire, but be aware that you will not receive updates to fix bugs or compatibility problems with blogs.
  • Bonus option: Try ScribeFire Next early and post a comment below reporting any problems you have with it.

To sum up: don’t panic, stay calm, and we’ll get through this.

September 4, 2011

ScribeFire 1.9 is Available

Filed under: Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Releases, Safari, ScribeFire, ScribeFire Next -- Christopher Finke @ 01:01pm

Version 1.9 of ScribeFire for Chrome, Opera, and Safari, and ScribeFire Next for Firefox, is now available. This version includes the following changes:

New Features

  • Added a setting page.
  • Added ability to publish to multiple blogs at once
  • Post templates – save any post as a template for future use.
  • “Blog This” now uses a custom template like it did in Firefox.
  • Added table management features to the editor.
  • Support for Dreamwidth blogs
  • Added ability to specify a default link target
  • Added option for right-to-left text

Bug Fixes

  • When resizing images by manually changing the width or height, the aspect ratio is preserved.

Upcoming Features

Google Chrome users, download ScribeFire 1.9 for Google Chrome here.

Safari users, download ScribeFire 1.9 for Safari here.

Firefox users, you can download ScribeFire Next 1.9 for Firefox here.

Opera users, you can download ScribeFire 1.9 for Opera here.

In the next version of ScribeFire, you’ll be able to post to multiple blogs at once. This has been a long-requested feature, and I’m happy to have finally added it to ScribeFire.

How Will It Work?

When writing your post, you’ll do as you’ve always done: choose a title, write some content, and click “Publish.” After it finishes publishing to your first blog, you’ll be given the choice to publish it to any of your other blogs:

Simply check the other blogs you want to publish the post to, and click “Publish to these blogs too.”

What do you think?

Since this feature hasn’t been released yet, this is the perfect time for you to give feedback that could really alter the way this feature works. What do you like about it? What don’t you like about it? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

July 21, 2011

ScribeFire 1.8 is Available

Filed under: Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Releases, Safari, ScribeFire, ScribeFire Next -- Christopher Finke @ 10:06pm

Version 1.8 of ScribeFire for Chrome, Opera, and Safari, and ScribeFire Next for Firefox, is now available. This version includes the following changes:

New Features

  • Added support for Markdown in the code editor
  • Added ability to edit a blog’s username and password without removing and re-adding the blog.
  • Added ability to write and save drafts without setting up any blogs

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed bug causing buttons to be blank
  • Improved support for My.Opera blogs

Upcoming Features

Version 1.9 is expected to have both post templates and auto-saving of post revisions, so if you have an opinion on either of those features, be sure to give your input soon.

Google Chrome users, download ScribeFire 1.8 for Google Chrome here.

Safari users, download ScribeFire 1.8 for Safari here.

Firefox users, you can download ScribeFire Next 1.8 for Firefox here.

Opera users, you can download ScribeFire 1.8 for Opera here.

June 20, 2011

ScribeFire Next 1.7.1 Released

Filed under: Announcements, Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Releases, Safari, ScribeFire Next -- Christopher Finke @ 10:59pm

Version 1.7.1 of ScribeFire for Chrome, Opera, and Safari, and ScribeFire Next for Firefox, is now available. This is the first update to ScribeFire that benefits from the new testing framework; this version includes the following changes:

New Features

  • Word and character count in the editor status bar

Bug Fixes

  • Updated to use Posterous’s new API
  • Improved support for all blogging platforms
  • Fixed editor flickering problem
  • Fixed blog detection on LiveJournal blogs that have Adult Content notices

Google Chrome users, download ScribeFire 1.7.1 for Google Chrome here.

Safari users, download ScribeFire 1.7.1 for Safari here.

Firefox users, you can download ScribeFire Next 1.7.1 for Firefox here.

Opera users, you can download ScribeFire 1.7.1 for Opera here.

June 6, 2011

Contribute test accounts to ScribeFire

Filed under: Announcements, Development, Feedback, ScribeFire -- Christopher Finke @ 03:45pm

I’ve been hard at work the past few weeks automating the way that ScribeFire is tested before a new version comes out. These new automatic tests now allow me to test the major functions of ScribeFire in a few minutes – previously, this would have taken hours manual testing – and already, the tests have uncovered bugs in ScribeFire’s support for Tumblr, Posterous, Blogger, WordPress, and Xanga. (These bugs have been fixed for the next update.)

If you run a blogging service that you want ScribeFire to support (or if you’re a fan of a service for which you want support added), here’s what you can do: create a test account for use by ScribeFire and email the blog URL, username, and password to chris@scribefire.com. (Do not send usernames or passwords for your real accounts.) I’ll add these accounts to the gamut of tests that run before I release a new version of ScribeFire; if any bugs have arisen that affect the way that ScribeFire interacts with those accounts, I’ll be able to fix them before causing you any trouble.

I already have test accounts for the following services: Blogger, WordPress, Tumblr, Posterous, LiveJournal, and Xanga. Accounts for Drupal, Joomla, and MovableType/TypePad are high on my wishlist.