Incremental Reading v4.10.3
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To download this add-on, please copy and paste the following code into Anki 2.1:
If you were linked to this page from the internet, please open Anki on your computer, go to the Tools menu and then Add-ons>Browse & Install to paste in the code.
This add-on previously supported Anki 2.0. You can download the last version supporting 2.0 here. As Anki 2.0 has been discontinued, no support is available for this version.
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The plugin works fine for me on Anki 2.1.43, running on Linux Mint. I even managed to find a way to use it in conjunction with the "Searching, PDF Reading & Note-Taking in Add Dialog" add on that has gained in popularity recently. This really adds to the experience since that add on is kind of complex and can be a little cumbersome to create extracts with, whereas this one allows you to do so pretty fluidly. On the downside, this add on doesn't support pdf import/conversion (nor video, but I don't really care about that). In short, they complement each other really well.
If you are getting error messages, try to make sure you set up import, extract and quick keys correctly and hat you are using the appropriate note types (the one that comes with the add on for IR articles and a separate "basic" or "cloze") one for SRS items). Also make sure that you have created separate decks for articles and items. If you want to use cloze items, again, just make sure that the quick key for item creation is mapped to the right fields.
This add on would be near perfect in terms of balancing simplicity and functionality, if only it supported multiple formats for import, though I do love the import from Pocket option. Better integration of articles and SRS items, like perhaps a simple way to flip through notes recursively(if that makes sense) could improve it as well. 8/10
- fix https 403 error
- download images
- allow suspend on cards
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
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'
It doesn't import text only title and source. This plugin needs an update.
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.
Had some further issues but they turned out to be with the website that I was trying to use and not the plugin itself!
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!