Also, I have acquired a new appreciation for AO3’s download function, which is great at facilitating archiving.
And I have acquired a new opposite-of-appreciation for fanfiction.net, which goes so far the other direction that you are *not allowed to copy text from a fic*. I did a couple of small fics by *going into the page source*, finding the fic *there*, pasting it into a LibreOffice document, and *manually replacing the br tags with line breaks* (there was probably some way to automate that last bit). Then I hit upon the solution of simply saving the entire page as an HTML file, which seems to have worked. Good: I was not looking forward to manually inserting line breaks in Chanson de Geste.
is what I personally use to copy/paste things from sites that don’t want me to. It doesn’t work on all sites, but it works on a lot of them.
Ooh, this looks promising. Thank you!
I use http://ficsave.xyz when I want to download a fic off fanfiction.net
You could also use a text editor like sublime
#(OP from January 2018; responses from May 2018) #conversational aglets #101 Uses for Infrastructureless Computers #the more you know #(I don’t think I’ve come across any opportunities to use these since then)