Introduce Saphire plugin and what it does
Saphire plugin is a new program that allows you to write easily on any browser, including Chrome, Safari and Firefox. The website provides writing tools such as an outline mode with hotkeys for outlining and editing your work, paragraph fillers that automatically produce fully-formatted paragraphs of text when typed in the word “Saphire” (no formatting is required), and a text-to-speech option to read what you have written out loud. You can even see what you are writing in a separate window.
Saphire has many more features, such as project storage and sharing through Google Drive, but for now these are the most useful things about Saphire plugin. In addition, Saphire does not come with any formatting styles at this point. As of January 6th, 2013, the styles available to your writing through Saphire are “Plain”, “Heading 1” and “Heading 2”, which are reminiscent of what most users see when they first open a Google document. Saphire also plans to incorporate these styles into the web app: “We actually have themes that are totally separate from the plugin that allow you to change the appearance of Saphire. These themes will be added to your Google Drive in the future,” said Chris Baker, creator of Saphire.
Here is an outline of what is included in Saphire:
Showcase how to install Saphire plugin
You need to visit the salkim.net to download the plugin. After downloading, you can choose the option of installing it to Firefox. Clicking on that button starts the installation process and takes you through a few easy steps. Once the installation process is complete, Saphire Plugin is added to your Firefox window with a button that will appear at the top right corner of your window.
To use the plugin, you need to set “Use Saphire Plugin” in your Firefox Options.
Once you enable the plugin, make sure to restart your browser.
You may find some more information about Saphire plugin in the article on your salkim.net and a screen shot of the plugin is given below.
Elements of the plugin are:
Demonstrate how to use Saphire plugin
As mentioned above, you can use the outline mode to write. To switch on the outline mode, click on the button at the top right corner of your window and check out for “outline mode”. It will display an outline bar below your text. You can switch it off by clicking on the button again. You can use the paragraph fillers such as “Saphire” to write automatically, after you type “Saphire”, your text will be completed in a fully-formatted paragraph and you can continue to write.
You can switch off the paragraph fillers by clicking on the button at the top right corner and unchecking “paragraph fillers”.
You can switch off the paragraph examples as well.
In short, you can use any features of Saphire to write your article. Just like a Word Processor. Whenever you type anything, it will be automatically formatted and completed like highlights . For example, if you type ‘Saphire’, it will be complemented with this full paragraph;
Saphire is an English word. It originated from Latin, Greek, French and Hebrew. It is mainly used to name a variety of blue corundum (a mineral) and it was discovered during the nineteenth century in Sri Lanka.
Offer tips and tricks for getting the most out of your Saphire plugin
In this type of tool, the more you use it, the better you will get. In short, if you want to make your writing easy and productive, then Saphire is for you. It can save you hours of work by editing everything in one burst, and it will help you get a better and more consistent sentence structure.
So if you want a writer’s dream come true, then the time has come for you to take the plunge into getting this plugin for yourself.
Saphire is robust and it helps you to get a better pace of writing faster than ever before. To help you have the best experience with Saphire, here are some useful tips on how to use this plugin to its fullest potential. Follow these tips and tricks to get the best results in using this top-of-the-line software.
Tip 1: Always format your document in the right order.