Bela Lampert

Optioned Screenwriter / Yoga Instructor

How To Use Fullscreen Mode, Night Mode, And Custom Colors In Celtx

[vc_row][vc_column][templatera id="65872"][mkd_elements_holder][mkd_elements_holder_item][vc_column_text] Celtx Fullscreen, Night Mode, Colors Let’s look at some handy features in celtx that we have not covered yet. They don’t really have anything to do with each other, I just grouped them together in one article to show you a collection of useful celtx...

How To Add MORE’s and CONTINUED’s To Your Script In Celtx

[vc_row][vc_column][templatera id="65872"][mkd_elements_holder][mkd_elements_holder_item][vc_column_text] Celx MORE’s and CONTINUED’s Let’s look at a couple of script settings, mainly MORE’s and CONTINUED’s and how you can set them up in celtx. But first, let’s have a look at what these are. And just as a side not, there are different opinions as to...

How To Display Page and Scene Numbers In Celtx

[vc_row][vc_column][templatera id="65872"][mkd_elements_holder][mkd_elements_holder_item][vc_column_text] Celtx Page and Scene Numbers Sometimes it can be useful to have scene numbers activated in your screenplay so you can see how many scenes you have, or, judging from the scene number, you can see where roughly in the script a scene is or...

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How To Use Celtx’ Spellchecker And Dictionaries

[vc_row][vc_column][templatera id="65872"][mkd_elements_holder][mkd_elements_holder_item][vc_column_text] Celx Spellchecker and Dictionaries As most screenwriting applications do, celtx also comes with a spellchecker. Checking your script for typos is one of the last and one of the most important steps before you hand it out to someone to read it. So, let’s look at...

How To Export Your Script With Celtx

[vc_row][vc_column][templatera id="65872"][mkd_elements_holder][mkd_elements_holder_item][vc_column_text] Celtx Export In terms of exporting your script from celtx to use it in other screenwriting applications or to pass it on to someone else you have three options. If you’re in the screenplay editor, go to “File - Export Script” and you see the first...

How To Import Your Files Into Celtx

[vc_row][vc_column][templatera id="65872"][mkd_elements_holder][mkd_elements_holder_item][vc_column_text] Celtx Import Chances are, if you are new to using celtx, you already have scripts written in another software, and you want to import them into celtx to use them there. To import material into celtx, go to “File - Import”. Here you have two options: import...

How To Add Images To The Script In Celtx

[vc_row][vc_column][templatera id="65872"][mkd_elements_holder][mkd_elements_holder_item][vc_column_text] Celtx Add Images Celtx has a function that not only lets you assign commentaries to certain places in your script, but also pictures. Let’s have a look at that. When you are in the screenplay editor, make sure that the “Quick Access Toolbox” is open at the...

Outlining In Celtx With Index Cards

[vc_row][vc_column][templatera id="65872"][mkd_elements_holder][mkd_elements_holder_item][vc_column_text] Celtx Index Cards In this article we’re going to see how you can use celtx index cards feature. Some form of index cards if found in pretty much every screenwriting application, or at least most of them, but the form they handle them can vary...

How To Create And Edit Comments In Celtx

[vc_row][vc_column][templatera id="65872"][mkd_elements_holder][mkd_elements_holder_item][vc_column_text] Celtx Comments In this article we’re going to talk about comments in celtx. Comments, or often they are also called “notes”, although in some applications they differentiate between the two, are a way to, well, comment on the script, either for yourself, to remind you about...