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Penny Penniston wrote:Hello! While I appreciate Scrivener's Screenwriting Mode, I am finding that I prefer to write scripts in Fountain. [I find fountain to be simple and universal. If I'm transferring back and forth between different word processing programs, which I often do, fountain gives me a single universal way to write scripts-- one that doesn't require me to switch between (or custom set) different keyboard commands for different script elements.] Currently, if I wish to print or send a .pdf of script from a Scrivener fountain document, I have to export the script to a third-party app (Final Draft or Highland), then send the .pdf from there. I do a lot of short scripts (short films, corporate videos, and commercials). For these projects, I don't need FD/Highland for anything other than the ability to turn my fountain doc into a .pdf. If Scrivener had the ability to compile a fountain text doc for .pdf output, it would save me the third party step. Thanks!
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