I could continue to use it by continually opening everything in TextEdit.
But with Scrivener (3.3.1 )'s linking functionality, I like the idea of having a single document that I can open once and see everything A - Z in what is now its index.html at top level with A.html, B.html, C.html (etc: this is a simplification: the hierarchy is actually several levels deep) also in Scrivener.
The links now are to (folders, structures and) files assuming the current directory on my hard disk as relative.
The issue – and I’ve found this with other programs as well – is that if the links do import, they’ll point to the original files. They won’t re-direct to point to the component files in the destination project.
Further complicating matters, a Scrivener internal link points to a long alphanumeric string identifying the location in a project. That is, it’s not something you can easily redirect with a text editor, for instance.
I had hoped that Scrivener would work its miracle in the same way as it does with nearly everything else. In fact, when I first tried it, everything went into Research, as I say - apparently without error.
So I wonder whether there’s a way to build even a single Note which can link to Research?
Your help appreciated. But this looks difficult, doesn’t it?