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16.90.6.3 - How do you use SceneScript?

SceneScripts are simple text files, saved with the .w3d extension.

Before you begin creating SceneScript files, you will need a text editor. Most operating systems will come with at least one text editor. The only requirement is that the editor is capable of saving the file as text-only. Built-in formatting codes hidden in the file may cause conflicts with F/x's SceneScript reader.

Have a text editor? Go on.

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