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  Scripting G-Force  
  G-Force has scripting services that allow you to automate or design G-Force performances. G-Force Scripts use a timeline (or "timecode") scheme in order to synchronize G-Force events with events that occur at preset times. Several sample scripts come with G-Force. If you look inside the folder named "Scripts" and view the files found inside it, you can follow along with what you're seeing when you run the script in G-Force. Studying the scripts that come with G-Force will teach you how to create your own scripts. See the customizing section for more.

The 2 ways a script can be started:
  1. A script has the name "CTRL" and CTRL O is pressed.
  2. The command Run( "ScriptName" ) is used (extensions are optional).


  Getting Started with Scripting  
        In order to write your own scripts, you'll need to know what commands are available and how to invoke them. In the Scripts folder, you'll find the file "Script Command", which documents and describes common script commands.

Note: the scripting documentation is under construction and is evolving as G-Force develops. It's recommended you study the example script files to get a basic understanding of scripting and command usage.

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