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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 on your Mac or MacBook is to click Select File from Scriptation's home screen. It will open Mac File Finder window where you can select the PDF script or production document you'd like to open. You can also use Drag + Drop to open documents. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/60818aee
Where are Cloud storage folders on Mac?
How to find Cloud storage folder on Scriptation for Mac If you use a cloud-storage provider, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, One Drive, or iCloud, you can access your files from any device, including your Mac. From the Scriptation Main Menu, click Select File. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/60818aeea8
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 your Mac or MacBook, 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](/en/article/using-the-style-palette
Where are my files stored? (Mac)
Where are files stored in Scriptation for Mac? With Scriptation for Mac, files and folders are not stored within the app itself, but either on your harddrive or in the cloud service that the files are being opened from. In other words, through Scriptation you simply gain access to files from wherever they are already stored. For example: If the file was opened from Downloads, when you save