May 17, 2010

ScribeFire Officially Available for Google Chrome

Filed under: Announcements, Google Chrome, Releases, ScribeFire -- Christopher Finke @ 11:00am

ScribeFire is now officially available for Google Chrome. Click here to visit the Google Chrome extensions gallery and install it.

10 Responses to “ScribeFire Officially Available for Google Chrome”

  1. 1
    Leisa

    Thanks for providing this update. I unable to get Scribefire to co-exist with another webpage as I do in Firefox (window at the bottom allowing me to make notes etc on content that I’m reading). This is a feature that I value highly. Perhaps I’m doing something wrong. The Google Chrome interface is a bit more austere than I’m used to working with.

  2. 2
    PTKTheBest

    Scribe fire not work good with SyntaxHighlighter Plugin WordPress… Scribe fire add more code html if use SyntaxHighlighter script =( Solution?

  3. 3
    dfvink

    Hurrah! Hurrah! Have been waiting so long for this..

  4. 4
    arun

    There is no option to add images from the computer.

  5. 5
    FranXana

    Me gusta.

  6. 6
    M H

    I maintain 3 websites (Blogs) cannot save the text so I can add to each site the same text. when I publish the text goes away. In firefox I can keep the text to use at another site, but not so in chrome.

  7. 7
    Mysti

    There is no option to upload images from my computer. What gives?

  8. 8
    Serg

    Good news, thanks for the update. Try with Google Chrome.

  9. 9
    Carlos

    I can’t get it to save the blog settings. I hit finish and it does not seem to do anything. It thinks for a bit but then stops.

  10. 10
    batterie

    The Google Chrome interface is a bit more austere than I’m used to working with.