The ATC scripting language is a set of English directives. A script command can span multiple lines. Each script begins in the context of the source document with which the script is associated.
Each command begins with the letters ATC followed by a colon. When you open the text editor, the first ATC: may already be there. For information on how to get to the text editor to create workflows, follow the links on the right sidebar.
The ATC Commands
The ATC commands are written in all caps here; however, only the ATC need be capitalized. The rest of the command can be in lowercase. For example, ATC: close is a valid command. Document and route names are case-sensitive, however.
Last updated: August 22, 2017 at 9:57 am; changes since previous version appear in green.