I have solved this, but the method is tedious. I was moving old blog posts over from wordpress to typesetter. Here is what I ended up doing:
1. View the post in wordpress and copy it to the clipboard.
2. In typesetter, Blog Admin, create a new post. Set the title, date, and category, but do not enter any content. Save it.
3. Click on "View Post".
4. When the empty post is displayed, select the WYSiWYG editor and paste the content into the box. It auto saves when you leave the box, so you are done.
It is a slow process if you have a lot of posts to move (I have over a hundred).
This has been quite a learning experience for me. I just started using typesetter a couple days ago.
I think have found a solution which works for me. I copied all my old wordpress posts into a folder as .html files. For the blog entries, I entered only an iframe call (in source edit mode).
BTW: I keep seeing references to "gpEasy". What is the relationship between gpEasy and typesetter?
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