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Old 06-01-2013, 09:54 PM   #61
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Thank you Bunnyman . Great recipe.

I have a little suggestion for the next release...do you think is possible to use the articles tags in pocket to build a recipe ToC (like the one automatically generated by a standard rss recipe)?

It will be useful for people like me who use pocket for many articles and need a way to sort them.
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Old 06-03-2013, 12:14 PM   #62
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Some sort of index or TOC based on tags would be absolutely awesome...
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Old 06-03-2013, 02:11 PM   #63
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ah...and i noticed that the recipe downloads only the first image in an article...could you resolve also this "problem"?
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Old 06-07-2013, 10:45 AM   #64
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Hi tBunnyMan,

I meant like grabbing articles 150-250, so a block of articles but being able to specify where (not just starting from the oldest, or the newest.)

If this is hard to do, then no worries! But it might be good for those who want to conserve storage space, and break up their entire Pocket library into sections.

I guess right now you can split your library into 2 sections which is not bad, just run the script twice starting at either end, each time downloading half your library.

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Ahhh this would end up being something custom maybe. I will look into it
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ah...and i noticed that the recipe downloads only the first image in an article...could you resolve also this "problem"?
This is a maybe to be honest. can have it download all the images in an article but placing them where they belong in the article is a bit harder now because of the way we have to pull stories. I am looking into this though because I agree it could be way better.

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Thank you Bunnyman . Great recipe.

I have a little suggestion for the next release...do you think is possible to use the articles tags in pocket to build a recipe ToC (like the one automatically generated by a standard rss recipe)?

It will be useful for people like me who use pocket for many articles and need a way to sort them.
Ok. I will look into this. It is a possibility.
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