@tastytea Ooh thanks, being able to give pandoc a url directly is a useful thing that I didn't know about!
@petrichor If your ereader supports Pocket (or some other RIL app) that's probably the most convenient method.
For sites that aren't handled well by Pocket (like some academic journals) I've set up a keyboard macro that saves the page to an html file, then converts that file to epub using Pandoc. For pages that convert more easily, you can use a macro that just feeds the URL directly to Pandoc — fewer steps, less cleanup. Output it to a folder that auto-uploads when your reader is connected.
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