This is not as simple a question to answer as you might think. Here is why.
3rd Generation subliminals were added before we made the decision to publish complete scripts. Usually they will not list a script, or they will only list a partial script. These programs are in the process of being upgraded to 4th or 5th Generation build format, and they will have their script published as is appropriate when that upgrade takes place.
4th Generation programs have their full base scripts published with the program description. The metascript is not published, as it is proprietary and based on research and development our competitors usually have not done. We do not choose to just give them the fruits of our labors in this direction, so we keep this as a trade secret.
5th Generation programs use multiple types of scripts and include multiple types of scripting technologies. These programs will usually not have a script published with the program description. If they do, the published script will only be a standard type script, and it will not include metascripting, or any of the advanced scripting technologies we incorporate, such as the naturalizer, HyperSpeed technology, the Optimus Engine, MaxSpeed, etc. These are all trade secrets.
5.5th Generation use even more advanced and numerous technologies and due to trade secrets will also not be published.
If a program is built in multiple stages, it will incorporate in its script a special scripting technique which is also a trade secret, and we therefore do not publish the scripts of multi-stage sets. Furthermore, scripts that are unreasonably long will not be published.
If you want a script for a program that does not have one, and it is built in 5th Gen or multi-stage format, unfortunately, we cannot release the script for that program. Where a script is published, it will always be included in the program description in the store.
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