Using Scriptel mSign Mobile in a web browser
You Will Need:
- A current version of either Google Chrome, Mozilla FireFox, Microsoft Edge, or Apple Safari.
- A pointing device to sign with on your computer, such as a mouse, touch screen, or electronic pen.
- Scriptel mSign Desktop installed and running on a desktop or laptop. See our guide on installing Scriptel mSign Desktop if you require assistance.
- A license file from eScriptel.com. This is only necessary for the browser app and the enterprise versions of the mobile apps (not the mobile apps from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store). See the section entitled "Licensing mSign Desktop" elsewhere in this manual for instructions.
Using the Software
- Open a browser and navigate to: https://msign.scriptel.com/. In the eastern hemisphere, use https://msign.it.
- You will be alerted that your mSign app is not yet paired with an mSign Desktop. Click “Pair with new computer” in the alert box.
- Back on your desktop, right-click on the mSign icon in the notification area of your taskbar, and select “Pair with Mobile Device.”
- You will be shown a window containing a QR code. Scan the QR code with your camera to pair the device. (If you are unable to scan the code, right-click on the mSign icon and select "Settings." Uncheck the box marked "Persistent Pairing Code" and repeat the previous step to get a 9 digit pairing key. Enter the key manually on the device to pair it.)
- Look for a colored dot in the upper-right of the Mobile signing screen.
- A green dot means you’re connected.
- A red dot means you are not.
- Open ScripTouch Sign and Save. In the bottom-left of the window, you should see a green square which lets you know that it connected automatically.
- If it hasn’t, choose File > Connect and select “mSign Mobile.”
You may now sign in your browser and the signature should appear in the Sign and Save window.
Note: All modes work, but to utilize EasyScript you must use the mSign browser app on a different computer than the mSign Desktop client that it is paired with. EasyScript requires the signature application to have focus, which it cannot have when signing on a browser on the same computer.