The easiest option might be to use the existing BookReader tool and build a widget similar to the Pagelist widget.
May 22 2022
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Jul 29 2021
This sounds super interesting and should be super useful as well.
May 26 2021
Apr 30 2021
There are multiple versions of cleanup script available on various user pages and wikis because OCR produces different types of errors across different languages. So, it might be interesting to investigate how to add cleanup.js to Wikisource extension but also allow community members to add their language specific common errors (maybe it all goes to the one global script), perhaps even while they are proofreading and encountering errors.
Jan 14 2021
@Aklapper Yes, Let's resolve it. I tested and things look good to me now.
Oct 7 2020
The widget has been created and it has been enabled on 19+ Wikisources till date.
Aug 27 2020
Let's also study on this can implemented on Mobile view. I appears differently based on the screen size but I do see a Download Epub button on English Wikisource (using WSExport) and a Download PDF (using ElectronPDF most probably) as well. But is not uniform across wikis on whether different formats are available or not.
Aug 5 2020
This looks pretty great to me. I personally think that the third option i.e. to have a little explanation around what Epub, Mobi and PDFs mean will be really helpful.
Aug 3 2020
@Samwilson Do we close this task as the improved tool does look for IA identifiers?
The tool should work better now. Also, the file mentioned in the task was manually uploaded to Commons.
@Jkylefenton The IA-Upload tool has been improved now. Can you check if it works for you now?
May 25 2020
@Samwilson Indeed this does capture our discussion neatly. Thank you
May 4 2020
Yes! Thank you for pointing to this. This has been completed
Apr 1 2020
@Douglaskmccarthy Indeed, it would be really awesome if we are able to query this data.