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Old 10-20-2010, 09:47 AM   #16
neftaly
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Here's an online demo, though it's not really working (slapped that together - I'm about to go to bed). You can get an idea of what it looks like, however.

Here is a mostly-working version for Kindle (downloader doesn't work all the time). Be sure to backup usr/share/browser/readability/ (the only files that get replaced). The included shell script start_httpd must be running for it to work.

Plugins are loaded from readabilityMod.js. Here's its contents:

Code:
function readabilityMod_linkfixer() {
  _links = document.getElementsByTagName('a');
  for (i in _links) {
    _links[i].target = "";  
  }
}

readabilityMod_addDialog("Readability", "readabilityMod_loadCSS('readability.css');readabilityMod_loadScript('readability.js');");
readabilityMod_addDialog("Fix Links", "readabilityMod_linkfixer();")
readabilityMod_addDialog("Download Files", "readabilityMod_loadScript('download.js');");
readabilityMod_addDialog(null,null);
readabilityMod_addDialog("Settings", "alert('not yet implimented');");
It'll look pixel-perfect with the standard Kindle menus in Opera or FF4 (any browser with rounded corner support). Still got a lot of work to do, but it's pretty simple eh

Last edited by neftaly; 10-20-2010 at 10:06 AM.
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