March 16th, 2013
· Improved wikipedia grabbing.
· Improved Images grabbing.
· Links are grabbed.
· Tables are grabbed.
· Reduced ebook size.
January 15th, 2013
· Compatibility with firefox 18.
· GrabMyBooks 1.6 had a few issues with the api changes which occured in FF18.
· Images were not grabbed anymore, express grab wasn't working...
· Now it is good with GrabMyBooks 1.6.1.
August 17th, 2012
· Rule Editor: create your own detection rules with a visual editor.
· NewsPapers: create your own newsPapers and grab the issues into your ebook reader.
· Grab tabs: grab all the opened tabs in one click.
· Express page grab: grab the current page directly as an epub/mobi file.
· Formatting enhancement.
February 19th, 2012What has changed since last submission:
· The button in the toolbar is added only at first run and is removable.
· By default there is only one entry in the context menu. The user can then decide in the option screen if he wants all of the submenu items flat in the context menu.
· There is no other variable declared other than 'grabMyBooks'.
· It is possible to load a book now.
· Various enhancements.
How to use grabMyBooks:
· After grabMyBooks is installed, new actions are available in the context menu: 'grab this page', 'grab link' and 'grab selection'. They enable the user to grab content of the web and add it to their 'book'.
· There are three screens accessible from the new toolbar button or the tools menu.
· The 'book' screen is a book editor. There the user can see the content he added and edit it. The 'grab my book' button enables the user to download the book as an epub file (or mobi if the Calibre section in the options screen is configured).
· The option screen: to configure the basics options and define rules on how to grab the content.
· The feeds screen to grab content from atom/rss feeds.
August 10th, 2011
· You can now load a previously grabbed book.
May 27th, 2011
· Add feeds support.
· Now it's possible to fill your eBook reader with content directly grabbed from rss and atom feeds.