August 31, 2010

Upload Images with ScribeFire for Chrome

Filed under: Announcements, Google Chrome, Releases, ScribeFire -- Christopher Finke @ 03:39pm

Version of ScribeFire for Google Chrome has just been published in the Google Chrome Extensions Gallery. The only major change in this version is that if you are running Google Chrome 6.0 (or newer), you can now upload images to WordPress and other Metaweblog-API blogs. Upload your images by clicking the image button in the toolbar, and then either click the “Select File” button to choose an image, or drag and drop an image onto the “Select File” button.

Support for uploading images to Blogger and Posterous is coming as well, but I wanted to get this first iteration into your hands to get your feedback.

Install ScribeFire from the Google Chrome Extensions Gallery

The next version of ScribeFire for Google Chrome and Safari has been released; the equivalent version of ScribeFire Next is also available.

What’s new in this build?

  • Fixed bug causing current post to be reset when adding a blog.
  • Added [Draft] and [Scheduled] labels to drafts and scheduled posts.
  • Added ability to edit blog name and URL.
  • Added ‘View blog’ button
  • Added better warning when deleting a post
  • Fixed bug causing custom fields to be shown when they are not supported
  • Added ‘Remove Formatting’ button to the editor.

Google Chrome users, download ScribeFire for Google Chrome here.

Safari users, download ScribeFire for Safari here.

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