For all you Z-Scriptors out there!
Here’s are ZBrush2 Script Syntax Definition files for TextPad and UltraEdit. They will provide syntax highlighting in 6/7 colors. 5/6 of them, catagories of commands, and 1 for non-command keywords, like Tool. In multiple colors, ZScripts are much less intimidating.
They are ascii files, so maybe somebody at the ZBC could take it and break it down further for a proper catagory list, even if it’s not used as a syntax file, but if you write scripts or are interested in trying them out, having the syntax highlighted is the way to go.
If you haven’t heard of Textpad or UltraEdit, and you use Notepad instead, time to take a look at them.
TextPad is a free shareware plain text editor, and has HUGE support for many languages, and will syntax highlight them. It’s vast library of syntax files is awesome.
UltraEdit is even better, but not free. Designed for programmers. It lets you navigate text in many ways, and provides a cool auto-complete feature.
In both you can also open up several files at once, and many other cool things.