I may have mis read your note but have you tried FicLab?
Yup. Tried, but I don't have the admin right to install any extension myself (just realized I used the wrong term), so... now trying to look for direct download whenever possible.
If the story is on AO3, you have the ability to direct download a copy using the site's program, without having to install anything on your computer. You might also be able to do that on Stars Library. Click on the printer icon, then save to pdf.You can't do it from ffn, though. You have to have a third party program. Although, I have heard you can cut and paste if you're using the mobile site for ffn. I don't know if that's still true.
don't know which thread is the discussion thread.... I'm knew to the website and don't have it bookmarked yet 0.o Are you sure you have the right website? It is just one page with a box to put in the URL, a drop down menu to pick format, and a dowload button. Like I said, it only does FF.net right now because it is fairly new (there is a list of updates at the bottom of the page)
Fanficfare has a sort of workabout for downloading from FF.Net but it requires adding instructions to the FFF configuration regarding ones cache. After messing about for about a week I finally found out where my cache is stored. However, since I am about as technically minded as a doorknob. Has anyone successfully been able to download from FF.Net using this or any other method? If so, could they provide idiot notes for the technically dumb? Here's hoping.
I’ve found a website called fichub it seems to work well at downloading FF.Net story’s to ePub
Will you provide a link? Does it only upload one story at a time or can you upload multiple stories like we could with Calibre?
Has anyone successfully been able to download from FF.Net using this or any other method? If so, could they provide idiot notes for the technically dumb? Here's hoping.
Found out ficlab Does not work on safari. sniffle
Unfortunately, Safari doesn't support the WebExtension standard. This means that there's no way to get FicLab to work on Safari without completely rewriting the entire extension.You can install Chrome or Firefox on your mac though, which will with with FicLab just fine.
Have you tried Fichub You are not allowed to view links.
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Anyone know of a way for me to get this done without having to manually fix each one?