Is it ok to use this in a spec script. I have been told 'NO'. Also i read this on a website: INT. WAREHOUSE – DAY CORRECT INT. WAREHOUSE – CONTINUOUS INCORRECT A lot of screenwriters use CONTINUOUS at the end of their sluglines in order to keep the reader aware of whether or not we’re still in the same scene as the slugline changes. But if it’s not apparent that the scene is continuous without you having to specify CONTINUOUS at the end of your slugline, then you need to go back and fix your scene(s) to make it clear that the scene continues, rather than using CONTINUOUS. Additionally, a lot of Production Managers and First Assistant Directors I’ve worked with simply hate CONTINUOUS in sluglines. When they’re breaking down the script for production, they want to know whether the scene is DAY or NIGHT. Not DAWN or EVENING. Not CONTINUOUS. Just DAY OR NIGHT. To reiterate: a script that’s written clearly and flowing well doesn’t need CONTINUOUS, because if it’s well-written, then it should be plainly apparent that the scene is a continuation of the last. I stick to DAY or NIGHT and leave the morning/evening specification to the brief descriptive text below, if I feel the setting needs more clarity. What are your thoughts on this?