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JesseVoss
Posted 2018-05-19 1:53 AM (#17532)
Subject: Help with putting a website in Research Folder


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Hello,

I am in need of help. I have watched the tutorial as well as other people's post on this matter but still I run into the same problem.
I am trying to put a website page in the Research folder. It looked easy enough. I have tried to drag and drop, the Add a webpage method but it is still not working and says the exact same thing.
Here is what I am getting on my screen:
I also leave as default: Import as: PDF Document Via webkit. ( but I have tried other import ways and still no luck)
I click on Research Folder and immediately get a shaded blue text saying: Not Enough Text Items
Then I got to: Add and then Webpage and I copy URL into this area. Before I hit ok, it says on this screen as a NOTE: Only Plain Text can be imported into the Draft Folder.
Then I wait and another screen appears:
HEADING: IMPORT FILES
Please note that text files that are imported will be converted to RTF for editing. This can cause certain attachment data, such as images and foot notes, to be lost for some text file types. ALSO NOTE: that the letters to my father folder does not support media files- media files should be imported in the Research Folder.
That is what I get each time I am trying to add a webpage and it isn't working.
Can someone help me iron this out?
Thank you for I am using Scrivener for NANO and it is a pain to not have the website that I need to reference and check data on.

Any help will be apprecited.
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:
http://www.literatureandlatte.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=32898
Digital content production service

Thank you

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