Fulltext Feed option - parse page for content?

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Fulltext Feed option - parse page for content?

Postby Kasad » 11 Apr 2013, 13:40

Hello everyone,

currently I'm using http://fulltextrssfeed.com/ and http://fullrss.net/ to get the full text from some pages (because their feed is short as a bad joke)...
Is there a chance to get this parsing option in tt-rss? (Optional parsing for each feed, because sometimes the short version is long enough) I don't like using some 3party pages for parsing, because if they fail (close....greader....), I don't get the feed any longer.

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Re: Fulltext Feed option - parse page for content?

Postby Kasad » 11 Apr 2013, 18:09

Hi,

wow, thank you - this is awesome.
Now I'm going to trim the whole text to switch on more, only if I want to read it.

My idea: jquery + expander plugin:
http://plugins.learningjquery.com/expander/index.html

Or do you know a better solution?

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Re: Fulltext Feed option - parse page for content?

Postby jakob42 » 11 Apr 2013, 18:20

craywolf wrote:http://tt-rss.org/redmine/projects/tt-rss/wiki/Plugins#Feed-data-manipulation-plugins

Neat, I was fumbling around with one plugin per feed, but this is much better. Thanks!

And I never found out how to get the umlauts into the heise feed correctly. Seems like you worked it out as well.

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Re: Fulltext Feed option - parse page for content?

Postby craywolf » 11 Apr 2013, 19:10

Kasad wrote:My idea: jquery + expander plugin:
http://plugins.learningjquery.com/expander/index.html


That's a really great idea, and if I knew anything about using jquery I would totally implement it in my plugin (mine is the "Full Feed for many newspaper websites" one). I like the idea of both taking the load off the server, and only loading full-text of articles you choose to read in full.

It should be relatively easy for someone who knows what they're doing, but that guy isn't me.

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Re: Fulltext Feed option - parse page for content?

Postby oYoX » 12 Apr 2013, 15:55

Hi,

try this :D
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=1816

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Postby frzguida » 01 Jul 2014, 01:52

Kasad wrote:Hello everyone,

currently I'm using http://fulltextrssfeed.com/ and http://fullrss.net/ to get the full text from some pages (because their feed is short as a bad joke)...
Is there a chance to get this parsing option in tt-rss? (Optional parsing for each feed, because sometimes the short version is long enough) I don't like using some 3party pages for parsing, because if they fail (close....greader....), I don't get the feed any longer.

Greetings
Kasad


They don't fail if you donate something.

However while waiting for a plugin try http://www.anotherreader.com/fulltextrss/ too

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Re: Fulltext Feed option - parse page for content?

Postby dariottolo » 25 Jul 2014, 14:38

Kasad wrote:Hello everyone,

currently I'm using http://fulltextrssfeed.com/ and http://fullrss.net/ to get the full text from some pages (because their feed is short as a bad joke)...
Is there a chance to get this parsing option in tt-rss? (Optional parsing for each feed, because sometimes the short version is long enough) I don't like using some 3party pages for parsing, because if they fail (close....greader....), I don't get the feed any longer.

Greetings
Kasad


Or you could install Full-Text RSS Feeds ( http://fivefilters.org/content-only/ ): older versions are downloadable free of charges.

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Re: Fulltext Feed option - parse page for content?

Postby oliroe » 21 Aug 2014, 22:00

Hi

Please could you tell me how you actually save what you put in the FullPost tab in preferences?

There's no save button and when I exit preferences the text disappears

Thanks

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Re: Fulltext Feed option - parse page for content?

Postby AngryChris » 21 Aug 2014, 22:51

There's got to be something wrong with either how you set it up, or you need to scroll down. There's a Save button at the lower left, right under the box where you enter the JSON array. I've been going through my feeds today and setting up ones that annoy me with "read the full post at.." crap.

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Re: Fulltext Feed option - parse page for content?

Postby davidm » 18 Sep 2014, 12:45

I must say that the Full Text plugin has made me very happy.

A quick question: does the plugin operate before or after the filters? If a filter searches for a keyword that is not in the original feed but does appear in the full text fetched by the plugin, is the filter triggered?


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