Can I make a phrase with both text and a web link?
With dotScribe, you can create a phrase that pastes text or you can create a phrase that contains a web link that will jump to a web page. If you create a phrase that includes a web link within a body of text, the web link will trigger incorrectly and no text will be pasted.
This can be solved by removing the "www" or "https:" from the beginning of the web link. For example, change www.dotscribe.com to dotscribe.com. This way you can include web links within a body of text.
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