One of the main complaints I heard about my Google Scribe Plugin is that, certain users found it distracting and wanted a way to disable it.
In the first version of the Plugin, you have to manually disable it for every page load. Now, I have added an option in the comment form, so that end users who visit your site can disable it, if they want to.
This preference is stored in the user’s browser as a cookie and so next time when he tries to comment on any other page/post from your blog it will not be enabled till he enables it.
This is an optional update. If you want the ability to disable it, then you can download the latest version of the Plugin from the Plugin’s homepage or update it using the Plugin installer.
Please keep the feedback coming and if you want me to add any new features or find a bug, please leave a comment.
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My Google Scribe WordPress Plugin now has an option to disable it. More details at http://t.co/SFM2No9