Applications & plugins that support the Fountain format.
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Highland for OS X converts screenplays among FDX, PDF, and Fountain formats, and supports direct editing of Fountain files.
Logline is a Mac screenwriting app that uses Fountain as its native format. Available on the Mac App Store.
A free web app that allows you to write in Fountain and see a live preview of your screenplay.
Fade In is a full-featured, multi-platform screenwriting application that imports and exports Fountain documents.
Scrivener is a writing app with comprehensive screenwriting features. It imports and exports Fountain files, and can use Fountain for its powerful folder syncing feature. Available at Literature and Latte, or on the Mac App Store.
Trelby is a free, open-source, multi-platform screenwriting application that imports and exports many screenplay formats, including Fountain.
Scribbler, from Lemur Labs, is a web-based writing environment that syncs with Dropbox and supports Markdown and Fountain.
Fountain Mode is an Emacs major mode that provides syntax highlighting, auto-indenting, and other useful features for working with Fountain files.
Write for Mac is a Mac writing app currently in beta. It features Fountain previewing.
Scrippets by John August and Nima Yousefi is a WordPress plugin that converts text entered in the Scrippet format to properly-styled HTML.
Textplay is a command-line ruby script that converts Fountain screenplays to HTML, Final Draft FDX, or PDF.
fountain-clm is a Codeless Language Module for TextWrangler and BBEdit. It adds syntax highlighting and scene "folding" for .fountain documents.
A Fountain extension for MediaWiki. It parses screenplay text written in Fountain inside of
<fountain></fountain> tags and styles it to look like a Screenplay.
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