Carl Bernardi wrote:
> The page is html.  Below, I included the log.  It shows the page's 
> content type to be "text/html" for the first few attempts and then the 
> last attempt to be "text/plain".  

I'm not sure how showing me the log files is evidence that even though 
the page says it is 'text/plain' that it really contains html.


> All I need to know is how to get a 
> page instead of a file either be extending Mechanize, creating a 
> instance of WWW::Mechanize::Page with the body from the file object 

Page#new() takes a URI as an argument.  So it seems like you could save 
the file, and then provide a URI with the file:// scheme and create a 
new Page.
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