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How do I use Share Lining?

How do I use Share Lining?

If you have multiple users collaborating on Lining, sharing your notes is easy with the dedicated Share Lining tool.

TIP: Looking to create an end-of-day export for the editor? Learn more about Lining Export.

First, tap the Lining icon.

Tap the ... on the top of the window, then select Share Lining.

Check the boxes of the scenes that you would like to share, then tap OK.

NOTE: Only scenes that have had lines generated through the Lining toolkit can be selected for exported.

From the thumbnail view, the script pages that correspond to your selected scenes (as well as the user added pages before, within, and after those scenes) are automatically checked for Share. To make edits to the selected user added pages, tap the black circles. When you are ready, tap Share.

TIP: Looking for all of your slates? If you have more than one page (layer) of slates, the thumbnail view only displays the active Lining Layer. All slates, across all Lining Layers, will be shared for the selected scenes.

NOTE: The scene selector determines the slates that are shared, even if additional script pages are selected in the thumbnail view.

Finally, select a method of sharing. You can share your Scriptation Layer file (.slf) via Mail, Gmail, AirDrop, as well as many other messaging apps that can have file attachments. The recipient can then import the file to their own script, like this.

NOTE: Lining Share only exports tramlines and annotations within Lining Layers - named Lining, Lining 2, etc. To share annotations within standard layers, click here, or to share the complete original file, click here.

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Updated on: 16/12/2021

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