The Scene List acts as an index card stack, but it also contains individual scene notes for outlining and developing your scenes; simply add text and reorder the list as you go.
You can also create alternate versions of each scene and assign an icon to represent the scene. The program uses industry-standard formatting. Output is in PDF format, and you can import and export RTF files. Character Notes and Project Notes fields allow you to develop characters and store annotations in one location.
The Scene Time feature keeps track of both the individual running times of scenes and the total duration of your script. The Carry On feature automatically places you back in your last saved position when you open a project. There's also a spell checker for more than 30 languages and a Roget's thesaurus.
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