Hey, Final Draft mavens:
I've used ScriptCompare in Final Draft to compare two scripts. Then I cut the stuff I don't want to see in the script. But some of the script is in blue (new text) and some is in red/strikeout (old text). I can manually change these back to black and non-struck-out. But I'm concerned there's some formatting still embedded in there. Clear Revised does nothing. Revert Paragraph does nothing. The manual is, of course, useless.
Is there a way to Accept/Reject Changes as there is in Word? Or just clear the Script Compare formatting?
Sounds like a software bug the programmers hadn't anticpated. Let the Venders know, call their support line. Final Draft is an expensive software so you should get your money's worth...
Me, I've never used the script compare feature so I could't tell you how to fix it. Maybe you could try getting the original version of the script...
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