How to adjust keywords when starting from script?

How to adjust keywords when starting from script?

To adjust the keywords on your script, 

- To automatically have the keywords highlighted - which means, AI picks or recognises words from your script and highlights them as keywords.
1. Paste your script in the script page
2. Under 'Scene Settings' -> Turn 'Auto Highlight Keywords' on

- If you wish to manually highlight keywords
1. Paste your script in the script page
2. Under 'Scene Settings' -> Turn 'Auto Highlight Keywords' off
3. Use the 'Highlight' icon on the left to select your keywords.


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