A bookmarklet is a bookmarked link that, when clicked, adds functionality to your browser. When the scrible
Bookmarklet is clicked, it loads the scrible Toolbar atop the current webpage you're viewing. Follow the
instructions below to add the scrible Bookmarklet to mobile Safari on your iPad. Don't worry. It looks more
complicated than it is.
First, let's ensure your iPad's Safari settings are as follows:
"Always Show Bookmarks Bar" is "ON".
Next, let’s add a basic bookmark.
Within Safari, tap on the "" icon
From the menu items that appear, tap "Add Bookmark".
Set the bottom field to "Bookmarks Bar" to add the new bookmark to your Bookmarks Bar.
Tap the blue "Save" button.
Now, let's modify the added bookmark so it can activate the scrible Toolbar.
Tap the book icon to open your list of bookmarks.
Navigate to the "Bookmarks Bar" entries.
Tap the "Edit" button.
Tap the "scrible Toolbar" bookmark you just added.
Tap in the second field and click "" to clear out the existing URL.
Tap the "Bookmarks Bar" back button.
Tap the blue "Done" button.
To test the Toolbar, navigate to a webpage you want to annotate and tap the:
"scrible Toolbar" link/button on your Bookmarks Bar, or
book icon to reveal your bookmarks and then "scrible toolbar".