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    Hey, all.... by request, I've added this plugin.

    This page will explain how to use it:
    http://scrippets.org/

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    EXT. SPANISH MISSION

    Small, typical. Signage reads: MISSION DE SAN SANDALFÓN EL GEMELO.

    Still blasting (PTCHOW!), Nihasa BURSTS into the frame.

    BLAM! Bill Jenkins is hit, winged...

    BILL JENKINS

    Oww! Sumbitch!

    Bill ducks for cover behind a tree, returns fire.

    Nihasa backs into the mission’s front door. Calculatedly.

    Seeing this, Bill rushes around to the back of the building.

    No exit. He returns to his position, his tree. Emotional.

    BILL JENKINS (CONT’D)

    NIHASA! That holy bread and blood wine in there ain’t gonna save your soul or ass!

    (long beat)

    YOU HEAR ME, NIHASA?! This is it...the latter end for you! TODAY IS THE DAY YOUR LEGEND DIES!

    A beat. Time is stretched, prolonged. Suddenly:

    The MISSION DOOR opens. Bill’s gun (mind) is cocked, ready.

    CUT TO:




    Edit:
    Cool!
    Copy/pasted from pdf & had to tweak spaces and breaks.
    I still can't fix all the formatting stuff...
    Wonder if copy/pasting directly from script program would work better.
    Hmmmm.
    That's why they call it trial and error, baby.
    Last edited by CallaghanFilms; 09-30-2011 at 09:05 AM.


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    I'm posting your raw text, so people can see:


    EXT. SPANISH MISSION
    Small, typical. Signage reads: MISSION DE SAN SANDALFÓN EL GEMELO.
    Still blasting (PTCHOW!), Nihasa BURSTS into the frame.
    BLAM! Bill Jenkins is hit, winged...
    BILL JENKINS
    Oww! Sumbitch!
    Bill ducks for cover behind a tree, returns fire.
    Nihasa backs into the mission’s front door. Calculatedly.
    Seeing this, Bill rushes around to the back of the building.
    No exit. He returns to his position, his tree. Emotional.
    BILL JENKINS (CONT’D)
    NIHASA! That holy bread and blood wine in there ain’t gonna save your soul or ass!
    (long beat)
    YOU HEAR ME, NIHASA?! This is it...the latter end for you! TODAY ISTHE DAY YOUR LEGEND DIES!
    A beat. Time is stretched, prolonged. Suddenly:
    The MISSION DOOR opens. Bill’s gun (mind) is cocked, ready.
    CUT TO:

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    Quote Originally Posted by CallaghanFilms View Post
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    EXT. SPANISH MISSION
    Small, typical. Signage reads: MISSION DE SAN SANDALFÓN EL GEMELO.
    Still blasting (PTCHOW!), Nihasa BURSTS into the frame.
    BLAM! Bill Jenkins is hit, winged...BILL JENKINS
    Oww! Sumbitch!
    Bill ducks for cover behind a tree, returns fire.
    Nihasa backs into the mission’s front door. Calculatedly.
    Seeing this, Bill rushes around to the back of the building.
    No exit. He returns to his position, his tree. Emotional.BILL JENKINS (CONT’D)
    NIHASA! That holy bread and blood wine in there ain’t gonna save your soul or ass!
    (long beat)
    YOU HEAR ME, NIHASA?! This is it...the latter end for you! TODAY IS THE DAY YOUR LEGEND DIES!
    A beat. Time is stretched, prolonged. Suddenly:
    The MISSION DOOR opens. Bill’s gun (mind) is cocked, ready.CUT TO:




    Edit:
    Cool!
    Copy/pasted from pdf & had to tweak spaces and breaks.
    I still can't fix all the formatting stuff...
    Wonder if copy/pasting directly from script program would work better.
    Hmmmm.
    That's why they call it trial and error, baby.
    As I noticed in the other thread, and as you can see in the above quote, it doesn't keep the scrippet format when quoted. Don't know how much of an issue that would be - I'm just excited for this new tool, so I don't even care. <grin>
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    Quote Originally Posted by CallaghanFilms View Post
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    EXT. SPANISH MISSION

    Small, typical. Signage reads: MISSION DE SAN SANDALFÓN EL GEMELO.

    Still blasting

    (PTCHOW!), Nihasa BURSTS into the frame.

    BLAM! Bill Jenkins is hit, winged...BILL JENKINS

    Oww! Sumbitch!

    Bill ducks for cover behind a tree, returns fire.

    Nihasa backs into the mission’s front door. Calculatedly.

    Seeing this, Bill rushes around to the back of the building.

    No exit. He returns to his position, his tree. Emotional.BILL JENKINS (CONT’D)NIHASA! That holy bread and blood wine in there ain’t gonna save your soul or ass!

    (long beat)

    YOU HEAR ME, NIHASA?! This is it...the latter end for you! TODAY IS THE DAY YOUR LEGEND DIES!

    A beat. Time is stretched, prolonged. Suddenly:

    The MISSION DOOR opens. Bill’s gun (mind) is cocked, ready.CUT TO:







    Edit:
    Cool!
    Copy/pasted from pdf & had to tweak spaces and breaks.
    I still can't fix all the formatting stuff...
    Wonder if copy/pasting directly from script program would work better.
    Hmmmm.
    That's why they call it trial and error, baby.
    ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Traven View Post
    As I noticed in the other thread, and as you can see in the above quote, it doesn't keep the scrippet format when quoted. Don't know how much of an issue that would be - I'm just excited for this new tool, so I don't even care. <grin>
    yeah. it loses the scrippet bbcode when you quote... but, you can add it back when you quote the message, as i did above, and it will do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Ramsey View Post
    yeah. it loses the scrippet bbcode when you quote... but, you can add it back when you quote the message, as i did above, and it will do it.
    Awesome; works for me. :-)
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    Jason, the format got even more funked up in your quote...

    I still see it being a helpful tool even with the quote thing.
    Someone could always reference a scrippet without quoting.


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    INT. HALLWAY - DAY

    Giselle hauls Josh along the hallway towards the window.

    JOSH

    What?

    GISELLE

    Just come on. You need to see something.

    JOSH

    So what is it?

    A smile on her face.












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    I would love to do this, but the link is broken. Is there an alternative way of achieving this?

    Thanks,

    Tim


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