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| Trelby v2.2
Trelby v2.2 A free, multiplatform, feature-rich screenwriting program. Trelby is simple, fast and elegantly laid out to make screenwriting simple. It is infinitely configurable. Trelby is free software, that you can contribute to. Features Screenplay editor: Enforces correct script format and pagination, auto-completion, and spell checking. Multiplatform : Behaves identically on all platforms, generating the exact same output. Choice of view: Multiple views, including draft view, WYSIWYG mode, and fullscreen to suit your writing style. Name database: Character name database containing over 200,000 names from various countries. Reporting: Scene/location/character/dialogue reports. Compare: Ability to compare scripts, so you know what changed between versions. Import: Screenplay formatted text, Final Draft XML (.fdx), Celtx (.celtx), Fountain (.fountain), Adobe Story (.astx) and Fade In Pro (.fadein). Export: PDF, formatted text, HTML, RTF, Final Draft XML (.fdx) and Fountain (.fountain). PDF: Built-in, highly configurable PDF generator. Supports embedding your chosen font. Also supports generating PDFs with custom watermarks, to help track shared files. Free software: Licensed under the GPL, Trelby welcomes developers and screenwriters to contribute in making it more useful. Simple, free, multiplatform. Trelby is a free screenwriting application that runs on Linux and Windows. It automatically follows screenplay formatting guidelines and helps you write your story quicker. It has multiple writing modes, including a fullscreen mode that will hide away all other distractions from your screen. Full featured Trelby has all the features needed for writing a screenplay, including bells and whistles like spell-checker, and a worldwide character name database. It even checks for screenplay formatting errors in the script. We use our own open fileformat to save screenplays and can also import formatted TXT, and Final Draft XML (.fdx) files. ...
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