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Recall from our previous post that PuzzleFast Script (PFS) is a syntax for communicating your puzzle-making preferences to PuzzleFast Instant Puzzle Maker. Using PFS, you can add a wide range of formatting and features to the puzzles you make.
The basic PFS syntax is directive:”value”.
Multiple directive:”value” pairs are separated by commas.
Note the quotation marks around the directive values, and bear in mind that PFS directives are case-sensitive.
You specify PFS directives enclosed in curly brackets at the beginning of your puzzle data (words/clues) on PuzzleFast’s main page.