Incremental Reading v4.10.3
0.08MB. Updated 2019-04-21.
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Seems like this isn't being actively maintained anymore. All outstanding PRs have been merged here: https://github.com/gwydirsam/incremental-reading
- fix https 403 error
- download images
- allow suspend on cards
works great! keep up the good work
Hey everyone, this add on was a great idea, I tried using it for a few months but support has been lacking, for those interested in incremental reading, give this add on a look, it supports pdfs and is way more functional - Searching, PDF Reading & Note-Taking in Add Dialog ( https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/1781298089 )
It seems quite nice but crashed when I made a cloze with the shortcut. :(
Anki 2.1.23 (de9543ff) Python 3.8.0 Qt 5.13.1 PyQt 5.14.1
Platform: Mac 10.15.4
Flags: frz=True ao=True sv=1
Add-ons, last update check: 2020-04-11 16:22:15
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "aqt/webview.py", line 446, in handler
File "aqt/editor.py", line 444, in <lambda>
File "aqt/addcards.py", line 239, in afterSave
File "aqt/editor.py", line 471, in fieldsAreBlank
IndexError: list index out of range
Very nice to have as an option. Thank you.
Hyperlinks from imported pages are not working for me. They automatically try to open as penguin.linux.test/wiki/websitename which throws an error (err_connection_refused) for my browser (chrome). I tried to troubleshoot with chrome and such but did not work. Is there a way to change how these hyperlinks open? Using a chromebook with anki on debian.
File "C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\Anki2\addons21\935264945\view.py", line 117, in saveScroll
File "C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\Anki2\addons21\935264945\util.py", line 35, in viewingIrText
File "C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\Anki2\addons21\935264945\util.py", line 29, in isIrCard
card.model()['name'] == mw.readingManager.settings['modelName']
<class 'AttributeError'>: 'ReadingManager' object has no attribute 'settings'
Anki 2.1.22 and works fine. I really appreciate this add-on.
it works for 2.1.22
This package unfortunately does not work for anki 2.1.20+ and appears to have been abandoned by the developers.
It doesn't import text only title and source. This plugin needs an update.
No part of this addon works. It fails to extract text from the imported document, and therefore extracted pieces or flashcards cannot be created.
I am using Incremental Readion v4.10.3, Anki 2.1.20 on Linux Mint. This seems to be an issue with the new version. I hope the dev updates it to fix this add-on for anki 2.1.20.
I really like it but often when I want to add a card it crashes, which causes the loss of all the cards I extracted before. This unfortunately happens quite frequently....
Was super excited to try this add-on, but despite reading this page, the READ ME on git-hub, and the old Google form page, I can not figure out how to even get started. The "alt" commands for the application are not working. Overall, unclear.
Great incremerntal reading implementation
Works on macOS! Turns out that `enabled` in the add on menu still requires a reset of the app.
Had some further issues but they turned out to be with the website that I was trying to use and not the plugin itself!
Good, but wish there were support for cloze.
Bringing incremental reading into Anki is definitely not an easy task. Thanks for taking your time to develop this amazing learning tool!
This is an amazing Anki plugin and first got me motivated to dive more into Incremental Reading.
I ended up writing something with a bit of a different strategy:
It is an external reader but syncs with Anki and supports 'pagemarks' which is a different type of Incremental Reading.
It's Open Source and supports flashcards and syncs with Anki.
Would love you guys to take a look and we're VERY open to feedback!
Thanks for the kind words. I would just add that Polar is worth looking at if you are dependent on PDFs, since Incremental Reading currently lacks PDF support, and probably will for quite some time.
this is very nice.help me a lot.thanks.
Wow. this looks great so far. I've not used the Supermemo version, but i've been reading about the idea. So far this looks great...good job!! ( I reserve the right to add questions or even criticisms later as i play with it more:-))
You,my friend,are the coolest! Thanks a lot for this super useful addon!
Works great and is the closest implementation to SuperMemo's IR that I've been able to find. Really, really nicely implemented!
Just amazing, still testing but promise sooo much, thanks
great idea, great support
An awesome addon....