I'm not sure about before CS5, but I've been doing this
to bring ISCI code and slate information into the project
along with client feedback notes, pre-composed supers, etc.
I have done it for many edits over tome....when I require a client to provide exact spelling and formatting protocols for titles such as "Legals"
I insist they type and supply them correctly so that I dont have to proof read them etc.
I copy and paste directly into Titler and just position and set them appropriately..and take no responsibilty for their accuracy.
I did not know either. Nice tip.
You know that an EDL can be stored in a project..so its logical a notepad text file would have the same "advantage"
I have never had the need for an EDL (I am just a hobbyist remember) so I never put two and two together.
I just think it is rather cool to have a text file available for notes in each bin and in the main panel and I have already started using it in my current project.
I have had many TXT files in my Projects, but could never get the suckas to play...