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I have to side with Kaan on this one. I just tried the export to Web Page option and I too get the generic white icon associated with the resulting htmld file. When I choose Open With... Other, I am unable to browse to Safari or Firefox as applications that are capable of reading the file. They are both grayed out.

The workaround is simple, but kind of a pain. Just get info on the file and change the extension from htmld to html in the Name & Extension box, click return and you're all set.

This was the case on two different machines here at our office, so there does seem to be an issue with the htmld extension.

Testing out the app now and I'm liking what I see. Keep up the good work!