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Convert Screenplay PDF to Final Draft with HighlandDo you have an old screenplay that you really want to rewrite in the latest version of Final Draft, but you only have a PDF copy buried in a folder on your hard drive? Or have you ever been rewriting one of your screenplays on Final Draft when your hard drive dies and you discover the only other copy of your script is a PDF you emailed a friend to read? All you can think about is the time and misery of retyping that PDF back into Final Draft. Unless you have Highland, which will convert that screenplay PDF into a Final Draft document, saving you time. And misery. More »

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After a little more than a year of beta testing, Highland, the screenwriting app from Quote-Unquote Apps, is now available for purchase in the Mac App Store. To promote the retail version, Highland is available for $10, half off its list price of $20, through the end of March. Highland lets writers write scripts in plain text and converts files between PDF, Final Draft (.fdx) and Fountain, a screenwriting markup language developed by Quote-Unquote Apps. To find out more about how Highland works and to get a free demo, check out the video and details below. More »

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Back in February, John August announced a new Mac app called Highland, a conversion utility allowing screenwriters to move between FDX, PDF and Fountain files. After a few months of private beta testing with his app co-developers Nima Yousefi (code) and Ryan Nelson (graphics), August has announced a public beta of Highland, which takes Highland beyond screenplay conversion and into screenplay editing. More »