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geoffh wrote:Just create a Finder alias to a file of interest, then rename it with an extension that Scrivener likes (eg .jpg), transfer the alias into the Research Folder, then open the file via that alias using "Open in external editor"
KB wrote:Although that will import the alias file, clicking on it won't open the file in Scrivener because the alias file doesn't contain any data.
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