Did you just receive a line layers file? It's easy to get started.



If you have multiple users working on Lining, importing a collaborator's notes is easy with Lining Layer Import.

Importing on iPad / iPhone

When you receive a Layer file, tap the attached .slf file.



Then tap the Open icon, and tap Scriptation.



NOTE: If you don't see Scriptation as an option, you may want to add Scriptation as an iOS Favorite App. For now though, swipe right and tap More to find Scriptation in the complete list of apps.

You'll then be prompted to select the file to import the Layer into. Scriptation will even highlight the appropriate file in yellow!



Ta-da! The lining has been imported! Now you'll be able to see the lining notes in your Layers Menu.

NOTE: If importing into a script that already had lining layers (Lining, Lining 2, Lining 3, etc.), the imported notes and facing pages will be merged into those layers as appropriate.



Importing on Mac

Start in Scriptation by opening the script file that is going to receive the imported layer.

Then, from the email containing the shared layer, download the attached .slf file.



From your download location, two-finger click the .slf file. Click Open With, and select Scriptation.

You'll then be prompted to select the file to import the Layer into.



Ta-da! The layer has been imported! Now you'll be able to see the lining notes in your Layers Menu.



NOTE: If importing into a script that already had lining layers (Lining, Lining 2, Lining 3, etc.), the imported notes and facing pages will be merged into those layers as appropriate.

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