probably just enough to hold 7 lines and just update it dynamically when it’s scrolled up/down. can just ignore blank lines. another question is how to treat selection - for multi line implementation i changed the copy/paste buffer to be able to hold up to 32 lines (thinking this would be needed in case you want to copy/paste a scene description). i think i’ll leave it at that, and if you copy more than what a script can hold it will just shift everything down and discard any lines after 6 (which is how multi line copy/pasting works right now).
of course, there is a temptation to allow editing in this mode as well, so then you can edit all scripts together on one screen… just a though really as this would require its own screen and proper script validation etc. i do think that multi line editing will be super handy whenever we get to the timeline feature (especially moving lines up/down - i imagine you’d do that often when editing the timeline).
i meant this thread: (Teletype) USB Disk Mode Interface it mentions script copying among other things.