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This perl script is used to convert a minimally formatted plain text file into an .rtf file that is designed to follow standard formatting conventions for a screenplay.

For the real computer literate, you can combine this with CVS to allow easy collaboration in writing a screenplay from multiple locations. In other words, someone in LA and someone in NY can each have copies of the text file and make their own changes. They synchronize their changes with a CVS server and their local copy is automatically updated to represent the changes that have been made by other people. Details of how to set this up are left up to you, but the


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Version Downloads 2,295
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Date 18 Oct 2003
Platform OS X / PPC 32
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