Thanks for pointing that out. It has been well over a year since I last used Safari EN Web Clipper, and at your prompting I just tried it again. What a big difference! It has changed dramatically for the better!
The FireFox EN Clipper Ver 6+ just came out of a year-long beta, and is still showing some problems, so I have been using Chrome as my default browser for over a year now.
But I’m going to give Safari a try. DTP certainly supports it better, and the EN Clipper is much improved. Being able to clip selections on web pages into DTP as a web archive or rich text is huge for me.
There’s that “over here” again. But I already asked about it in my other thread.
I do most captures from Web HTML pages as rich text of a selected area of the page, using the Service keyboard shortcut Command-). In cases where it’s useful to preserve layout within the selected area, there’s a similar Service to capture as WebArchive, using the keyboard shortcut Command-%.
That works in Safari, DEVONagent and the DEVONthink browser. Those Services are not supported by Chrome or Firefox.
Safari’s Reader button automatically displays the principal content of a Web page, such as the article it presents. Press Command-A to select the article, then Command-) to capture it as rich text. But depending on the page layout, information such as author and post date may or may not be included in Reader’s display. When it’s not included, I manually copy that from the page and paste it into the captured document in DEVONthink.
Please excuse this query from a new user, rather confused by the various clipping options. Ideally I would like to achieve a clipping and eventual output of Title
suitable for compiling a simple newsletter of comment links written in markdown. It is something that’s really easy using, for example, Drafts iOS app web capture. So far I have managed to find any way to clip like that on MacOS
I can see how to get various types of content to the inbox, but not how to then copy or export in a format that includes title, URL as well as the clipping.
Hope this makes sense