Thank you for your message. Next timr I'll edit a transcript I follow your advice. I have a question: If I want to write the transcript directly on the editor of the wikia can I use the visual mode then?
Please put the action/movement in brackets when including them in the dialouge. Snow White: (Snow White gets up) I'm here father - Makes reading much easier than
Snow White: Snow White gets up I'm here father - which makes reading quite difficult.
P.S. I know that it is sometimes difficult to hear what they are saying. So, please let me know if there is anything you are not sure of because it is much easier than having to correct dialogue.
I actually thought this was already done, but apparently it wasn't! I've added a "Transcript Team" tag to your user page. Just a small symbol of my appreciation for all the hard work you do with our transcripts! Thanks, and keep it up! :)
Yep, a lot of work. XD Don't feel pressured to get everything done right away, though, because that can be stressful. Just have fun. If you get tired, take a break. :) The wiki is always a work in progress, of course.
Hi. I noticed that you have done a lot of work with transcripts. Some of the transcripts have lines separating scenes from text while others don't. The Snow Drifts/Transcript has these lines while the Welcome to Storybrooke/Transcript doesn't. Is there a certain way that is correct?
I see Utter has already answered your question. Thanks. If I'm not done with writing down one scene yet, I add the lines as soon as I'm done with it. If you have any other questions, don't be shy and leave me a message, please.
Oh, sorry about my edit, MasterofCows, on the transcript you were working on. I didn't mean to butt in. I thought that was the only transcript that didn't have the line break inserted yet, so I added in. Since you are working on the transcript, I'll let you handle adding in the lines. Thank you for your hard work! This wiki really is a team effort. :)