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How to automatically go to the Translator Toolbar when changing back to Catalyst
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jmadsen  Identity Verified
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Nov 20, 2008

I use Catalyst 7. When changing windows using Alt+Tab to go to another program (a glossary search tool) and then changing back to Catalyst, the cursor is not in the Translator Toolbar. You have to press Ctrl+Alt+T to go the the Translator Toolbar (not easy with one hand), but is there a setting or some other way to automatically go to the Translator Toolbar when changing back to Catalyst?

TIA Jørgen


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How to automatically go to the Translator Toolbar when changing back to Catalyst Nov 20, 2008

Hi Jørgen,

Unfortunately there is no other way then to use the key commands or the mouse to highlight the Translator Toolbar after switching back to Catalyst.

Thanks and regards,
Jette


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jmadsen  Identity Verified
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I was afraid of that ;-) Nov 20, 2008

That's what you can expect from software developers, but thanks anyway!

Jørgen


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