compile draft plain text without the .txt extension

Hi folks, I think asked about this several months ago but I thought I would try again.

I want to do a compile draft and save the output as plain text but I don’t want the .txt extension.
I want to save it with some other extension (which is important for what happens to the document next). I don’t want to have rename the file each time. And I would rather not have to set up an automator script.

Is this possible?

R Haynes

There is not anything you can do from within Scrivener, it will always put the .txt at the end of the name you provide. So book.tex.txt, or, et cetera. I use Hazel for just this sort of thing, though I realise that is only a step away from Automator.