I am attempting to launch into a new draft of a script. I only plan on changing certain pages, therefor I want to be able to utilize "Revision Mode" to track the pages that change.
My PROBLEM: when I tell Adobe Story to "Start Revision" on the current script, it goes into Revision Mode, but I noticed that about 90% of the script is ALREADY MARKED UP. All changes I made in the PREVIOUS VERSION of the script are apparently being considered a current change.
In the "Manage Revisions" prompt, I have selected "Active", NOT "All".
Also: This script I am working on, to be absolutely certain not to affect the previous version, I have created from a "Save as Copy" from the previous version. After I initially discovered this "Revision Mode" problem, I also tried doing a "Save as... version" to further separate from the previous version/draft.
Still, when I "Start Revisions" mode, 90% of the script lights up in the page color change and marks most of the lines up.
All I want to do is track my revisions FROM HERE ON FORWARD. Can someone people help me? Thanks!
Additionally, when I go in to "Start Revision" Story cheekily inserts a "Production Revision" text smack in the middle of the title page, bumping the rest of the text on the title page down, and creating a blank 2nd title page before the 1st page of the proper script. I feel like this must be a joke or something.
To help understand this issue a little better, please provide the following info.
1) As per the description, the first revision was already present in the Script and we are starting the revision again. While starting the revision are we switching to a new revision (for eg. Blue to Pink ...)
2) When you say 'Already marked up', do you mean that all the lines have an Asterix marks (Revision marks), or if the pages have the revision color outline, or both.
3) If possible, please attach the Title page screenshot and the Second blank page Screenshot . (This would help us understand as why the the second title page is getting created)
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