ScribeFire Version 2.3 Released

The ScribeFire FireFox extension which enables you to blog from your browser has been updated to version 2.3.

New Features

  • Added “Live Preview” feature: see how your post will look on your blog before you publish it.
  • Added support for scheduling posts to Blogger
  • New “Publish” dialog to remove some confusion about publishing as edit/draft/page/etc.
  • Source editor now uses fixed-width font.
  • Added a “Preview” button next to the “Publish” button.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed bug related to categories with commas in their names
  • Fixed a bug related to categories with ampersands in their names
  • Fixed bug where Quickblogging toolbar cannot be recovered
  • Fixed bug in File Upload that was restricting upload to images only.
  • Pressing “Tab” while in the source editor now inserts a tab.


  • Fixed an incorrect translation of “Post as edit” in the German locale
  • Wrote new installations scripts for SeaMonkey to fix a bug related to upgrading.

You can install the new version by visiting the official ScribeFire website, downloading and then installing the new update or, if you have ScribeFire already installed, FireFox should notify you of the update and provide a method of automatically installing it.

If you are unsure as to what ScribeFire is, check out my screencast review as it provides a walkthrough of what this extension is capable of doing.

2 thoughts on “ScribeFire Version 2.3 Released

  1. I used to have my set way of blogging until I found ScribeFire. I’ve been using it a lot to conduct my posts for and if the post is simple, I use it to create and then publish my posts on my WordPress powered blog. I’ve also used the extension as a WYSIWYG editor for writing styled comments.

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