The automatic sort works with most standard Scene numbering schemes, however, you may need to relabel Scene numbers to make sorting work for your project.
This is the standard and default sorting option. Scenes will be listed in numerical order. Scenes labeled with letters only will come before all other Scenes.
You can select this option by choosing A-Z above the Scene list. Scenes will be sorted so that 10 comes immediately after 1 and A1 falls after 1 rather than before.
Other Labeling Options
|Cold Open/Cold Opening/C.O./Prologue||This will hold the Scene at the top. So, regardless of the ordering scheme and numbers associated you have chosen, a Scene labeled as a cold open will always remain at the top of the Scenes list|
|FB, FB #||This will sort your flashback Scenes to the top, but after the cold open or prologue.|
|# FB||Labeling a flashback with the number first will sort it with the other Scenes of that number. The FB Scene will come after the Scene and its parts.|
|Scene Part #/PT#/P.T.#||Scene parts will fall immediately after the initial Scene. So, 1 PT 2 will fall after Scene 1 but before 1A or A1 (depending on ordering scheme) and before Scene 2|
|Scene 2,3||If you have two Scenes that will be listed as one Scene you can name them using a comma so that it falls between Scenes 1 and 4.|
|Epilogue/Tag||This will hold the Scenes at the end of the Scene list, again regardless of the ordering scheme. Ordering Tags themselves will always be Tag, 1 Tag, Tag 1.|
|Photo Shoot||You can label Scenes as Photo Shoots -- however, they follow the same rules as letters added and would be listed differently based on the ordering scheme selected and are sorted in with the rest of the Scenes.|