How can I change Contemporary Play to Final Draft Courier without wiping out all the italics that are in the script right now?
Hard to say without more information, but either it’ll work or it won’t. There’s a quick and easy way to find out, which is to create a copy of the master (File > Save As > “Font Test”) and change the font. If it works, great, that copy is now the new master; if not, those blocks of text which have been rendered plain will have to be re-italicized. The article on how to change a script’s font is on our site. Here is the link: http://support.finaldraft.com/article.aspx?cid=1001&aid=48 4. Have you considered writing an iPhone app, in which you could draft ideas on index cards? We are discussing lots of options with regard to mobile devices. We will first work on an iPad application. 5. What is the default screenplay format when starting a new script? I would recommend using the SCREENPLAY template to start a new script. It is the most universally used for US features. 6. Brandon: when you copy and paste with FD8, does it recognize the new characters? Not automatically. You need to rebuil
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