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.

7 Responses to “ScribeFire 1.9 is Available”

  1. 1
    morav

    Thank you for
    your version of
    Opera

  2. 2
    walda

    it’s broken on chromium, can’t find my older posts/drafts/categories

  3. 3
    Joy

    Hello, how to post to multiple blogs at once?

  4. 4
    Arioch

    Would Scribefire eventually support comments ?

    In my blog and in others ?

    I wish ScribeFire could be used for 2-way communication, like e-mail, like nntp

    and without that unreliable heavy-weight WWW

  5. 5
    Mulberry Bags

    Thank you for
    your version of
    Opera

  6. 6
    Paulo

    Hello, thank you for such nice features. I would love to have auto-categories suggestion in scribefire, is it possible or simple to integrate? Thanks.

  7. 7
    John Frost

    My favorite version is for firefox because i combine it with other addons and it really makes a perfect combination. again, thanks.