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sidderke wrote:in iOS 10 you can also print a file to PDF in Safari, and send that to Scrivener. Hugely beneficial for my workflow.
Indeed, the project have to be open already, and if you go to the right folder in Scrivener first, it will put the PDF in that folder. It's a bit non-intuitive to get the Save to PDF thing in Safari: first you have to go to Share, then to Print, then where you see the preview, pinch the preview of the file open, and if you go there to the Share menu, you can send it to other applications as a PDF.
But for me it's great, because I often save webpages as PDF in research for my projects and doing this on the road is a great capability.
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