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by IndecisiveMe
Thu 16. Jun 2011, 00:27
Forum: Feature request
Topic: A Download Queue and a non-dependent system (Done)
Replies: 24
Views: 42320

Re: A Download Queue and a non-dependent system

I don't believe what you want is a queue but rather a favorite list like the one that initially pop up on graffer that let's you know a fic been updated. No, just like I said, I would like a download queue. The same as Graffer provides. If you look at the very first post in this thread you'll see w...
by IndecisiveMe
Wed 15. Jun 2011, 04:35
Forum: Feature request
Topic: A Download Queue and a non-dependent system (Done)
Replies: 24
Views: 42320

Re: A Download Queue and a non-dependent system

IndecisiveMe - The newest version of the program already monitors any fanfic links. The text file method is not bad idea - just grab all the links from a page with a downloading program and then paste it onto a text file From which page? I don't put anything in my favourites list unless I've read i...
by IndecisiveMe
Wed 15. Jun 2011, 02:47
Forum: Feature request
Topic: A Download Queue and a non-dependent system (Done)
Replies: 24
Views: 42320

Re: A Download Queue and a non-dependent system

If it isn't working for you, edit the output structure files. I haven't used graffer in a month, but as long as you follow the instructions for editing the html/xml output structure files, you should be ok. Use this to edit an html/xml/other file an highlight the syntax: Notepad ++ . Just select ei...
by IndecisiveMe
Wed 15. Jun 2011, 02:41
Forum: Feature request
Topic: A Download Queue and a non-dependent system (Done)
Replies: 24
Views: 42320

Re: A Download Queue and a non-dependent system

About th Queue request: I could offer a "Read Links from File" function. You enter the links in a .txt file, one link per line, then click "read from file" and every story is downloaded Rai Honestly, I think that would be a pain to do. We'd have to copy and paste each link into a text file, save th...
by IndecisiveMe
Sun 12. Jun 2011, 16:35
Forum: Feature request
Topic: request twilighted.net
Replies: 3
Views: 8034

Re: request twilighted.net

I like them to be added, too. @Skylark, you can go into your control panel and make the background white if you want. I hate that black background. Even better than that is going into an individual story and clicking the printer icon on the top right hand side of the screen. It will bring up the ent...
by IndecisiveMe
Sun 12. Jun 2011, 16:32
Forum: Feature request
Topic: A Download Queue and a non-dependent system (Done)
Replies: 24
Views: 42320

Re: A Download Queue and a non-dependent system

It also still works on fanfiction.net. :) No, it doesn't still work on fanfiction.net, that's why we're switching. It will download the fics, but if you look inside them they chapter text is missing on all chapters. It started when FFnet brought in those ugly "share" icons in the body of each chapt...
by IndecisiveMe
Fri 10. Jun 2011, 07:45
Forum: Feature request
Topic: A Download Queue and a non-dependent system (Done)
Replies: 24
Views: 42320

Re: A Download Queue and a non-dependent system

Sorry to bring up an old thread, but I'd LOVE a download queue, like Graffer's, if possible. It makes downloading fics much quicker. I don't use the Calibre side of FFDL at all, so I can't comment on that as I'm downloading in HTML so that I can have my fics displayed the way I want them.
by IndecisiveMe
Fri 10. Jun 2011, 07:33
Forum: Feature request
Topic: Overwriting Existing File (Closed)
Replies: 3
Views: 8345

Re: Overwriting Existing File

Raimond wrote:overwriting files is a wanted feature if your story was updated and you are downloading it again.
There's no way that you'll get the same filename if you name it AUTHOR - STORYNAME

Rai
Same goes for naming it Storyname by Author "%s by %a", it's how I always name my fics.
by IndecisiveMe
Fri 10. Jun 2011, 07:30
Forum: Feature request
Topic: 2 Request - Clipboard and Update (DONE)
Replies: 6
Views: 12539

Re: 2 Request - Clipboard and Update

Raimond wrote:the clipboard monitor is already done and will be included in the next version.
A testfile can be found here: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/13474460/ffdl-win.exe
I am so happy to hear this. I was going to request this feature, too.