Celtx question

Caroline Coxon (Mod Emeritus) ~ 2/28/2012 9:27 AM

Hello you celtx users!

I've just reviewed a script on Circalit and said for the guy to lose the CONTINUEDS at the tops and bottoms of pages. He says it's a given on Celtx. I'm sure it can't be. Please advise how to remove. (I could help him if it were FD)

Thanks!

Chris Messineo (Founder) ~ 2/28/2012 9:30 AM

On the TypeSet tab, select Format Options, and you can set it there.

Caroline Coxon (Mod Emeritus) ~ 2/28/2012 10:19 AM

Thanks, Chris.

Jeannie Sconzo (Level 5) ~ 3/17/2013 7:07 PM

I can not find in the Celtx program any verification of margin sizes. I'm guessing they are all standard regulation. However, I'm now entering a contest and the rules on margins are very specific. Do you know if these are what celtx uses?

Stage direction and shot headings
(also known as slug lines) have a margin of 1.7" on the
left and 1.1" on the right.
TWO BLANK LINES PRECEDE EACH SHOT HEADING.
Dialogue has a left margin of 2.7" and a right margin of 2.4".
Character names over dialogue have a left margin of 4.1".
Parenthetical direction within dialogue has a left margin of 3.4"
and a right margin of 3.1".
Scene transitions such as CUT TO: and FADE OUT. have a left margin of 6.0".
Scene/shot numbers:
When a script is numbered in preproduction, the left number is placed
1.0" from the left edge of the page and the right scene number is placed 7.4" from the left edge of the page.
Top page margin is .5" (3 single lines) before the page number. A single blank line separates the page number from the body of the script, which begins with either a CONTINUED: or a new shot heading/slug line.
Bottom page margin is at least .5" (3 single lines) following the (CONTINUED) or the end of a scene.
Total page length is a maximum of 60 lines, including page number and CONTINUEDs
(but not including the 3 line margin at the top and bottom of the page).