Speaking of Highland, my favorite new feature in the Highland beta is Quick Look previews.
Do you ever find yourself staring at a folder of scripts, confused which draft is which? You open the files one at a time, skimming through them to find what you’re looking for.
Stop. Just select a file and press the spacebar. Up pops a preview of the script.
You can even up-arrow and down-arrow through all the files in the folder.
“Well sure,” you say. “That works great for your fancy new Fountain files, but who has folders full of those?”
Here’s the thing: Highland’s previews even work with Final Draft (.fdx) files.
For whatever reason, Final Draft itself doesn’t support Quick Look. Highland does. So now you can Quick Look those files.
It works even if Highland isn’t running. Even if Final Draft isn’t installed. It’s just an extra little bonus because you deserve nice things.