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Old 06-19-2012, 09:45 PM   #1
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RSS FEED/ RECIPE for 365tomorrows.com

Hi, I'm noob here and not too familiar with recipe in Calibre. All I want is to download rss feed from this site - 365tomorrows.com, it's a short science fiction story. I've tried free RSS builder such as Feeddude.com to create rss feed for the site; however, when I tried it on Calibre it didn't work.

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Old 06-20-2012, 11:08 AM   #2
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Try this. If you need anything more advanced checkout the excellent documentation at:

http://manual.calibre-ebook.com/news.html
http://blog.calibre-ebook.com/2011/1...-fetching.html
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Old 06-22-2012, 03:45 PM   #3
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Try this. If you need anything more advanced checkout the excellent documentation at:

http://manual.calibre-ebook.com/news.html
http://blog.calibre-ebook.com/2011/1...-fetching.html

NotTaken, thanks for the recipe. I might have a reason to leave my wireless on my kindle on now.
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NotTaken, thanks for the recipe. I might have a reason to leave my wireless on my kindle on now.
I hope that is a good thing and not just to drain your battery
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Old 06-23-2012, 02:34 AM   #5
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Try this. If you need anything more advanced checkout the excellent documentation at:

http://manual.calibre-ebook.com/news.html
http://blog.calibre-ebook.com/2011/1...-fetching.html
Hey, it works like a charm. Thanks! It's so weird because when I tried it before just by copying the rss feed link http://365tomorrows.com/feed and added to my existing recipe, it didn't work. Well, at least it's working now. One more thing, can you also help me with this site - http://www.smilezilla.com/home.jsp....if it's still possible..lol.. Thanks a bunch!!!!
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Hey, it works like a charm. Thanks! It's so weird because when I tried it before just by copying the rss feed link http://365tomorrows.com/feed and added to my existing recipe, it didn't work. Well, at least it's working now. One more thing, can you also help me with this site - http://www.smilezilla.com/home.jsp....if it's still possible..lol.. Thanks a bunch!!!!
try this.
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try this.
Add some caching so don't fetch the page more than once.
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Fixed encoding issue in smilezilla (hopefully).
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Fixed encoding issue in smilezilla (hopefully).
Hi, again. Which of three zip files am I going to try here? your recent post? Thanks
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Fixed encoding issue in smilezilla (hopefully).
Please disregard my previous post above. Anyway, you're really awesome! I have no idea how you did it but, as always,it really worked. I still need little help here. How do you integrate this recipe to my existing recipe "Online News & Blogs" ? Unlike with 365tomorrow, there's already an url feed which I easily added to my existing recipe. However, the Smilezilla doesn't have one and it is full of codes. I'm sorry but I'm not really good at this. My goal is one recipe with several feeds in it so it would be easier for me to navigate on the device, sort of like an Instapaper on Kindle.

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Looking forward to your quick response. Thank you so much.
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