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  1. #31
    I tried Trelby, and I actually find it very versatile, if you are willing to spend a little time delving into the settings. In fact, I think it is all I need to write my screenplay!

    -Charles

  2. #32
    I might be a little outdated in this, but I really don't like script-writing programs. I'm not saying they're not useful, but I just feel like creating your own templates on whatever writing software you use feels infinitely better as you're learning the process and setup of scripts themselves, as well as design and the fundamentals of screenwriting itself. I've used Celtx before but never really liked the autonomy of it. I tend to just use shortcuts on Microsoft Word with which I have created a template of each individual asset of the script. It's a little bit hard when creating the first template, but I prefer it much more than Celtx or Final Draft.

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