Hello, I’m new to the forums. I’m testing DT Pro 2.0 Beta (on Snow Leopard) and I’m learning to use it. I was able to add a Bookmark of a webpage, but in order to see the webpage, I must be connected to the internet. I would like to know if there’s a way to import the whole webpage, just like Scrivener does, in order to be able to read it even if I’m not on line.
I saw the “import website” option, and I like it, but I would like to import a single page as well, not the whole website.
There are included scripts (which you can use from the OS X script menu if it is enabled). Or bookmarklets from here: devon-technologies.com/download/extras.html
(these are meant to be dragged to the bookmark bar of Safari)
Good advice from acl - In addition, if you have a web page open in DTPO (say, by clicking a bookmark, or using the Web Browser template) you may save that page as a web archive from the contextual menu. CTRL-click or right click on the displayed page. There is also the possibility to customize the tool bar and add the icon that will capture pages as web archives.