Exit Pre-Script Command
A pre-script executes as soon as an element is selected. Depending on the purpose of
the pre-script, you will often want to have that element display as normal once the
pre-script is finished running. The exit pre-script command provides a way to end a
pre-script and display the element as normal.
Note: When a script is run as a pre-script, it reacts differently to having a Nop as the last
command line. With a regular script, if the last command line is a Nop and the script
encounters it while running, the script stops and the title will no longer play. With a
pre-script, if the last command is a Nop, it is treated as if it were an exit pre-script
command, and the element the pre-script is assigned to displays as normal.