We’ve just pushed live another exciting update to Adobe Story. This release takes collaborative script authoring to the next level. Coauthors and reviewers can now insert sticky notes into a script. They can also drag a sticky note to any location within the script. Cool, isn’t it?
We’ve also added numerous other features to simplify and streamline your workflows:
- The Sync Schedule dialog now lists changes only for the properties that you’ve chosen to view.
- You can edit tags that you created.
- You can export the resource conflict results between two schedules as HTML (.htm). You can then open the exported results in word processing tools, such as Microsoft Word.
- User interactions for several dialog boxes have been simplified:
- Manage Scene Numbers
- Manage Dialog Numbers
- Manage Camera Shot Numbers
- Manage Scene Durations
- You can export project data (lists, scene properties, and schedules) as XML.
- While working with schedules, you can choose a font size—small, medium, or large.
- Layout improvements while printing schedules.
- You can choose whether you want to display Revision Start Date or Last Modified Date in the header and footer for production revisions.
- You can see a list of users with whom a project is shared. Invitees who haven’t yet accepted a share request are listed as well.
- When you click the word count in the status bar, you can view the dialog word count in the current script.
- Several critical bugs have been fixed in this release.