I’m fairly new to Scriveners but already a confirmed enthusiast constantly amazed at how powerful it is and how much it’s helping my writing. Okay, now that I’ve ‘buttered you up’ a bit (though all true) here’s my question -
How do you create hyperlinks that will be active/hot when compiled to a Kindle format?
I’ve even gone back to my original document in MS Word and figured out how to insert both a regular hyperlink (www. etc. and email@ etc.) as well as text links where certain works will connect to a certain page on the web. They work in MS Word (rtf format) but when the file is imported into Scrivener and then compiled as a Kindle file (.mobi) and opened with on my Mac using my Kindle app (since I don’t actually own a Kindle) they links are hot or clickable. In other words, I can’t click on any of them and have them go to the web pages or open an email message.
I realize it could be the shortcoming of the Kindle App and maybe they will work for those who open the files on their Kindles, but not sure how I can determine that. So, I’m hoping someone here can help.
P.S. While I’m at it, I also noticed that the file is appearing in my Kindle library as ‘untitled’ and when opened at the top of the screen is a series of question marks and the word ‘untitled’. Wondering where and how I go about getting the title to appear. The original document is entitled “Transforming_OverwhelmKin” and that is showing up as part of the “Content” section when the document is opened in the Kindle App.