Blue pages, pink pages, green pages. Gotta love 'em.

If you are used to having piles of colored pages to sift through, you might want your digital documents to look the same.

Scriptation will not automatically color your new pages for you, but there is a way to color your pages accordingly.

When saving your script in Final Draft (or whichever script processor you use), you can export the file to show revisions in color. This way, the colored pages will display in Scriptation with the appropriate colour background.

Here is an example of the export window from Final Draft.

What's Next

How does Scriptation work with Final Draft?
How do I transfer my notes?
How do I use ScriptationCompare?
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