Keith et al.,
First, congratulations. Scriv 2 is terrific and rock-solid. Well worth the wait, and a total steal at the upgrade price.
With the HTML-copy features (which I am proud to say I had a hand in suggesting) I am now using Scriv for blogging, and I’ve found myself wishing the following:
It would be lovely if, when a web page is imported, its URL was automatically entered into the document links section of the inspector (or recorded in some other copy-able way).
Here is why: When blogging I want to make links. And, while the Import Web Page feature does record the source URL of a webpage, said URL appears at the bottom of the window in such a way as to be neither movable nor copyable. Hence, if I want my writing to contain a link to a webpage I imported, I have to click on the URL, reload the page in a browser, recopy the URL there, and paste that back into Scrivener text. After 5-6 links, it seems a long trip.
If I had the URL in the Inspector, I could simply copy it from there, not having to leave Scrivener, which would save time and potential hiccups.
Hope this makes sense and finds favor.
All the best,