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-====== Scene Comment ​(currently not available for MacOS) ​======+====== Scene Comment ======
  
 This Master plugin stores a text comment with the current scene. It can (optionally) display the comment after the scene has loaded and will also display the comment in the screamernet output. This Master plugin stores a text comment with the current scene. It can (optionally) display the comment after the scene has loaded and will also display the comment in the screamernet output.
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 The comment can be edited using a menu that's accessible using the right mouse button. The comment can be edited using a menu that's accessible using the right mouse button.
  
-On Windows Notepad ​is launched to edit the comment.+The text editor ​is LightWave control and, unfortunately,​ doesn'​t have any scroll bars. But you can still use the cursor keys to navigate through your text.
  
-Since the following doesn'​t work reliable on MacOS, we've decided to temporarily disable the plugin for MacOS until we've found a better solution. 
  
-<​del>​The MacOS version requires the (free) [[http://​www.barebones.com/​products/​textwrangler/​|TextWrangler]] to be installed including the "​Command Line Tools" (which can be installed using the TextWrangler menu with the editor).</​del>​ 
  
tools/scenecomment.txt · Last modified: 2019/07/30 12:38 by lightwolf