scrible supports all recent releases of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari as well as Internet Explorer 10 and 11.
Not yet but we realize the importance PDF annotation and will address this in a future release.
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A bookmarked page is just like a browsers bookmark - it remembers the URL. scrible additionally attempts to retrieve the content of the page so we can index it to make
it easier for you to find later by keywords. You can also organize them with tags. Bookmarks are easily imported from your browser or other services such as Delicious.
Saved pages store annotation and citation information along with the page. So if you make annotations on a page or wish to capture citation information for the page,
you will need to save the page so that your annotations will be retrievable later.
We have enabled basic support for printing annotations. You will need to open the print view of the page first by clicking on the save dropdown button and selecting the "Print View" option. This requires first saving the page.
Also depending on your browser, you may have to choose special printing options for the annotations to appear in the print out:
- Chrome and Safari: Printing annotations should work without any changes
- Firefox: In the print dialog, select the options tab and select printing background colors
- Internet Explorer: Click the Tools button and choose Print->Page Setup. Under Paper options you should see a checkbox for "Print Background Colors and Images" - ensure this is checked. (NOTE: this is a global setting, so it will affect all pages you print, so could use up a lot of color ink if you leave it enabled, particularly on pages with full background images, etc)
At this point in time we have not found a set of exceptions that allows the Bookmarklet Toolbar to work with the NoScript plugin. We are still investigating this and will post instructions here if we find a solution.
Yes: scrible now has an iPad optimized version of our toolbar and library. Visit
for details on how to install the iPad bookmarklet toolbar
Earn more storage on scrible by inviting
your friends and colleagues to use scrible. We make it easy to invite people via email, Facebook, and Twitter. For every person* who follows your link and gives scrible a try** we'll give you and them both a 25MB storage boost.
- * Limit 10 referrals
- ** They must verify their email address and share or save 3 pages
Please check your spam/junk mail folder. If you find the account verification email there, please mark it “Not Spam”. You can safely follow the link in the email to verify your account. Also, please add firstname.lastname@example.org
to your address book, contact list or safe sender list so that future emails aren't flagged as spam/junk.
It means you've verified the association between your scrible account and your email address. To do this, please click on the verification link in the welcome email that we
If you do not enable 3rd party cookies, you will need to add
After making these changes, please test saving a page to make sure your configuration works (IMPORTANT - do not test on a page from www.scrible
- For Firefox: Preferences->"Privacy" tab->History section: must select the "Use custom settings for history". Click the "Exceptions" button next to "Accept
- For Chrome/Chromium: Click on the wrench icon to the right of the address bar ->Options. Choose "Under the hood" from the left side bar. Click on the "Content Set
- Specific instructions for other browsers will be added in the future
Unfortunately web browser security restric
- For Safari, right click on the frame of interest and in the pop up menu click "Open Frame in New Tab" and then load the bookmarklet as usual.
- Unfortunately Internet Explorer and Google Chrome do not offer options to easily open a frame as a page by itself.
Yes - the Toolbar will work on all the content in the main page, however content inside the IFrames cannot be annotated due to browser security restrictions. The toolbar will display a message if it detects a large amount of content on the page is contained within IFrames. You'll notice that your cursor won't reflect the currently selected tool when you mouse over the content in an IFrame. If the content you wish to annotate is in an IFrame, there are a few options. Some sites use the iframes to put their header bar on top of another sites content. In this case, some provide an easy way to go directly to the iframed site. If that isn't available, depending on your browser, you ca
- For Fi
- For Safari, right click on the frame of interest and in the pop up menu click "Open Frame in New Tab" and th
- Unfortunately Internet Explorer and Google Chrome do not offer options to easily open a iframe in a page by itself.
Can I use the Bookmarklet Toolbar on Flash content?
If it is highly animated, dynamic, or interactive
Right click on the content. If the menu that shows mentions "Adobe Flash Player" then it is a Flash object.
Connecting with Evernote
Connecting your scrible and Evernote accounts allows you to use scrible's annotation features on your Evernote content.
- When saving your annotations, it may take some time for them to appear back inside of Evernote. This delay depends on how heavily the feature is being used.
- You can disconnect your Evernote account from either scrible or Evernote. To remove it from scrible, go to your settings pa
To disconnect from Evernote, remove authorization for the "scrible Annotate" Trunk app.
- Notes you've annotated will become read-only inside of Evernote. Once we've added our annotations, we need the note to retain a certain structure. That's why we set the notes
to read-only when they get saved back to Evernote.
How can I collaborate with team members on a project?
Members of our Student and Instructor Editions can create additional Libraries in the "Other Libraries" tab. These are just like your personal Library,
except that you can invite other members to collaborate with you in this Lib
annotations to pages saved in this Library.
After creating a Library, t
create a Library of pages I've saved and invite my students to read the pages in this library with my annotations, but not be able to make changes.
How can I create a bibliography for pages I've annotated?
First off, as you are working on each page, click on the citation button and complete any missing information before you save the page. Then you can generate a citation for
that particular page. If you would like to do this in b
How can I export all of the highlights, notes, etc I've made on some pages?
In your Library, select
annotations, as well as the content of any notes you wrote on the page.