So sorry I missed those lines. I read and re-read that act many times and did totally miss them. And I actually tried to leave a 3-second break each time. Darn! I'll get those fixes done as soon as possible this week. I am very grateful for your PL!Kitty wrote: ↑April 29th, 2019, 2:20 amyes, you can cut out the "Act 2" in your voice credit, it won't get used like that. The voice credit is always without "act" inserted.
Great job, but you are missing a few lines at the end of the act. Also, I'd like you to insert 2 longer breaks in two places:
> at 1:25: (p. 23) you forgot to leave a break of 2 seconds between these quotes: “It says here, Mrs Cronk (... pause for narrator ...) in this advertisement”
> at 1:46: (p. 30) "if it's not too much trouble (...stage directions...) it's quite early yet" - same here, you need to remember to leave a long break even in the middle of your sentence, if there is a stage direction to be inserted. It will make Todd’s job easier if he doesn’t have to fiddle too much around small spaces. This one is very short, but still long enough to easily cut and paste, so here it's optional, but the previous one has no room at all and would make editing tricky
> at about 1:54: (p. 33 & 34) four missing lines in the final pages of this act:
> This rose du barry looks smartest to me.
> Why, it’s past twelve, I do declare.
> How any decent woman, let alone a widow, could be seen dead in one of these shameful things beats me.
> Good-morning !