For six months now I've been wanting to release a full update to the scrapbook library. Since it's a few days after the one year anniversary of this
thread. I decided I would spend some time today updating the library. This time, however, I've hosted the scrapbook on a file sharing site. So
theoretically snagging the 7z should be a bit faster and hopefully easier for people to download.
Download the file (3.56 GBs compressed, 5.5 GBs exploded) at the following link:
and extract the contents using something like 7zip
To use this library you'll need Firefox. You'll also have to install Gomita's Scrapbook ( amb.vis.ne.jp...
). Or, if
you prefer, the plugin can be downloaded from the official Mozilla website ( addons.mozilla.org...
Once Scrapbook is installed, to access the library you'll need to tell Scrapbook where to find the data. The easiest way to do this is to
open up the sidebar by hitting ALT+K or with two clicks from the menu bar select "Scrapbook → Show in Sidebar."
After that you should see an empty tree-view expand out from the left of the browser.
In the upper right corner of the sidebar you'll see "Tools."
Give "Tools" a click and in the drop-down select "Options."
Once the "Scrapbook Options" dialog pops up click "Organize."
Now you have to make a choice. If you don't want to create your own personal library tell Scrapbook to "Save data to" the folder where you
expanded the RAR (pro-tip: consider unpacking the content to a removable media device like a USB thumbdrive) and, that's about it, hit OK and you're
On the other hand if you want to keep your options open, click the checkbox next to "Enable Multi-Scrapbook" and hit OK.
Now you'll see three icons to the left of "Tools" beneath the Scrapbook search bar. The rightmost of the three icons looks like a sheet of paper with
a light blue stripe covering two thirds of the thumbnail. Once you've found it, click that button and in the drop-down select "Manage."
This should bring up a dialog with the title, "Multi-Scrapbook Manager." To configure the Scrapbook click 'Add,' give the library a name like 'UFO
Archive,' browse to the data and hit OK. Then hit OK once more to exit the Multi-Scrapbook Manager.
After that all that's left to do is select a scrapbook. To accomplish this, click the icon that looks like the sheet of paper with the blue-stripe and
left-click "UFO Archive."
Once that's completed you should see the content populate in to the side-bar. And voilà, you're done!
edit on 7-6-2012 by Xtraeme because: (no reason given)