I have a stack I want to copy in toto and paste into a LibreOffice document.
I have tried copying but I can only copy one item at a time. When I do that I only get the item note, the title and the quoted portion of the source text, but no citation as to where it came from.
I have tried printing to PDF. When I do that I can get all the information in a PDF file, but I then found that the Greek text was in Helena which when cut and pasted from the PDF reader became garbled in LO. If I copy an item from the stack and paste it into LO directly the text is exported as Unicode. I am a little surprised that the quoted text of the original language is not converted as it goes into the stack so that the stack is all Unicode. This would be a good option, even if the current behaviour were retained.
I cannot simply use the PDF and patch it up by copying the quoted text from each stack item either as the quote is not copyable.
I tried ctrl-A to copy the content of the whole tab - no good.
I tried Save As .... RTF - it tries to save as a PNG. If i try to Text File it tries to save as JPG.
I am running out of ideas. I know I could click on each item, go back to the source and copy as citation but that seems like work.
Edited by דָנִיאֶל, 15 February 2017 - 01:14 AM.