Both Editors allow for posts to be saved. These saved posts are saved within the browser's profile directory/folder.
These saved posts can be posted later, or (and this is important) you not post them, but instead, send them as an email, create a document, etc. In other words, you can use these Editors to author ideas, whether or not you blog/post them, or do something else with them.
So, whenever I have a thought that I want to write about, I can do so, even when the internet is not available.
- Flock saves "unpublished" blog posts in ~Profiles\blogdrafts.sqlite
- ScribeFire Blog Editor saves posts (a.k.a "notes") in ~Profiles\extensions\performancing-notes.xml
Does anyone have other methods of working offline?
- www.scribefire.com - ScribeFire Help - Here is a list
of the blogging services that are compatible with ScribeFire
The following keyboard shortcuts are available for ScribeFire:
- F8: Toggle the ScribeFire window open and closed.
Used in the rich text editor (combined with Ctrl or Command)
- Bold: "B"
- Italic: "I"
- Underline: "U"
- Link: "M"
- Undo: "Z"
- Redo: "Y"
- Cut: "X"
- Copy: "C"
- Paste: "V"
- Delete: "D"
- Select All: "A"