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Chapter 15. Scripting Lingo > Writing Scripts

Writing Scripts

Lingo scripts are written in Script windows. Unfortunately—the Script window being one of the less intuitive aspects of Director—how you open the Script window makes a difference. For example, if you double-click a frame in the script channel of the Score, you’ll get a window that allows you to write a behavior script; but if instead you choose Window > Script, you’ll get a window that allows you to write a movie script! Be sure to check the title bar of each Script window you open; it will tell you which type of script you’re creating (Figure 15.8).

Figure 15.8. The title bar of a Script window indicates the type of script that the window will create.



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