ScribeFire – blog editor

Scribefire (previously known as Performancing for Firefox) is a full-featured blog editor that integrates with your browser and lets you easily post to your blog. It uses Google Code for bug tracking.

ScribeFire works with Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, and Safari.

With ScribeFire users can drag and drop formatted text from pages you are browsing, take notes, upload images, and post to multiple blogs.

Features include:

  • Quickblogging.
  • Edit and update existing posts.
  • Schedule posts.
  • Delete posts.
  • Posts can be written ans saved offline to be submitted later.
  • Tag and categorize.
  • Write a post and browse the web simultaneously.
  • Supports these services:
    • LiveJournal.
    • Xanga.
    • Performancing.
    • Tumblr.
    • MySpace.
    • b2Evolution.
    • Splinder.
    • Windows Live Spaces.
  • Supports these blogging platforms:
    • WordPress.
    • Drupal.
    • Movable Type.
    • Textpattern.
    • Roller.
    • Blogger.
    • MetaWeblog API.
Developer: Christopher Finke
License: GNU GPL v2


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