I’ve noticed that whenever I write scripts that make me have to scroll a lot, I add brackets for each scene to make the script shorter. Does anyone else do this? My computer screen is also very small, which could be another reason why I do this. It just makes everything feel much neater.
June 30, 2019, 2:03pm
That’s really cool, I should try this. I usually put space after each line.
I usually only put a space between scenes. Like:
Though everytime you leave the portal and enter again, you have to close all the brackets for some reason. But it’s satisfying watching the script get smaller
June 30, 2019, 2:05pm
I bet it is. This could be very useful for me.
I use to, but (if I recall) it expands after you leave and return I stopped using it.
I usually do something like this:
So my life is messed up.
@personthatsthemc stands screen center
I do it. Every time there is a change of background, I add a bracket and add a note that says: “Scene…”. It looks clean and organized for me.
I break it down scene by scene, and if the scene is really long I break it into sections, using the # sign.
How can you make like that ?
July 1, 2019, 8:09am
I actually do this:
INT. BACKGROUND - DAY
@transition fade out black 2
INT. BACKGROUND - NIGHT
I don’t know, it makes me feel more organized. Does anyone else write like me?
July 1, 2019, 10:02am
I do it, especially when I have multiple love interests, the branching will get confusing if I let them loose lol
August 1, 2019, 2:20am
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