is a really nice reader application for e-readers:
github.com/baskerville/plato

It can't fetch my pocket articles, but can be used with it. I don't want to spend much time switching tools right now, but I will consider this at a later time.

@karlb I use koreader mostly on my Kobo but Plato is so clean and easy to use. The only hangup I've had with it is that I can't get dictionaries to work.

@wdavery It works fine with the dictionaries from freedict.org/ for me. Just copy the .dict.dz and .index files into Plato's dictionary folder.

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@karlb I’ll give it another go with that as the source. I couldn’t get anything to show up before.

What I’m really after is fictionaries, which are awesome to have for stuff like Tolkien. thefictionary.net/fictionaries

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