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Select All or Active depending on whether you want markup displayed for all revisions or just the active (current) revision. Select None if you do not want markup displayed for revisions.
The mark you set in Revision Style is, by default, displayed to the right of revised text. You can choose to change the distance, from the left margin, at which the mark is displayed. To display the mark to the left of the revised text, enter a lesser number such as 0.5 or 1.
Locking pages in production revisions helps you:
- Prevent page renumbering because of deletions or content overflows during revisioning
- Identify and print only the revised pages
When you lock pages in your script during revision, a page, with the numbering format nA, is created to accommodate content overflow. n corresponds to the number of the page causing the content overflow.
For example, after locking, you edited page number 2 to an extent that it caused content overflow. Instead of the content moving to page 3, a page 2A is created to accommodate the overflow. Thereafter, pages created are numbered 2B, 2C, and so on.
When you unlock pages, the numbering of pages is reset to the natural numbering sequence of the script (1, 2, 3...).
Locking scene numbers prevents renumbering of existing scenes when scenes are added during production revisions.
Similar to production revisions, Adobe Story uses a different numbering format, usually alphanumeric, when renumbering scenes. The format used depends on the numbering format of the scenes that precede and follow the scene.
For example, during production, you lock scenes and introduce a scene between scene numbers 100 and 101. The new scene is assigned the scene number 100A.
When you unlock scene numbers, all the scene numbers are reset to match the original numbering sequence.
Perform one of the following steps:
- Click the omitted scene in the Outline panel.
- In the script, move your mouse over the word OMITTED.