Export Key Attributes as Custom Meta-Data to Scrivener?


(Sturla Bakke) #1

Would it be possible to export key attributes in OPML, that, on dragging the OPML-file into the Binder, would be imported as Custom Meta-Data in Scrivener?

Thanks!


(Paul Walters) #2

I don’t know about the Scrivener side, but on the Tinderbox side you can add the built-in OPML template (File > Built-In Templates > OPML) then modify the OPML item template to include your user attributes. Just follow the pattern. For example the pattern

note="^value(attributeEncode($Text))^"

in that template can be copied and modified for your attributes

myattribute="^value(attributeEncode($MyAttribute))^"

(Sturla Bakke) #3

Thank you.
I didn’t get it to work on the Scrivener side, but that might be my limited Tinderbox-export-competence. I’ll fiddle with it some more, and report back.