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Tutorials + Troubleshooting for Scriptation for Mac.
How do I open files in Scriptation for Mac?
Open scripts and production documents in just a few clicks The easiest way to open files in Scriptation is to use SELECT FILE from Scriptation's Main Menu. It'll open a Finder window where you can select the PDF script or production document you want to open. You can also use DRAG + DROP to open documents. How can I open a PDF by clicking on it instead? If you'd l
I just got Scriptation for Mac, where are all my files?
If you're a current Scriptation user and you're looking for your files on Scriptation for Mac, you're in the right place Don't worry! Your files are still there. The file system on Mac is set up a little differently than on the iPad or iPhone app. On the iPad/iPhone version of Scriptation, files are saved within Scriptation. On Mac, your files are stored in Finder and you can open them in Scriptation(https://help.scriptation.com/en/article/how-do-i-open-files-in-scriptation-for-mac-7
Selecting Annotations on Scriptation for Mac
How to select, edit, and delete annotations on Scriptation for Mac If you've used Scriptation on your iPad or iPhone, you're probably used to tapping notes with your finger or Apple Pencil to make adjustments. On Scriptation for Mac, you can use the Apple Trackpad or mouse to select annotations. To Move annotations, click once on the note. By right clicking (two finger press on an Apple Trackpad) you can: Change the style of the annotation(https://help.scriptation.com/en/
Where are my Cloud-storage folders?
How to find Cloud-storage on Scriptation for Mac If you use a cloud-storage provider, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, or iCloud, you can access your files from any device, including your Mac. Open Finder and navigate to the appropriate folder. Note, iCloud will automatically have a folder in Finder. For Google Drive and Dropbox, you will need to download their apps. From that folder you