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DVX - how to display sentence in the middle of the screen?
Thread poster: Vesna Zivcic

Vesna Zivcic  Identity Verified
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Sep 15, 2004

I have read in this article http://www.atril.com/docs/Benis-ITI-DVX.pdf that in DVX "you can set it up so that the sentence you're working on is always displayed in the middle of the screen, giving you preceding and subsequent context without any need to scroll to adjust your position".

I have been using DVX for some time now, but am not able to find out how to arrange this setting.

Thanks for your advice!


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Klaus Herrmann  Identity Verified
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tools/options/environment Sep 15, 2004

That's Options in the Tools menu and on the Environment tab - uncheck Edit in separate text area and check Lock vertical scrolling.

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Vesna Zivcic  Identity Verified
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As simple as that! Sep 15, 2004

Thanks Klaus for opening my eyes, it works great.

MfG

Vesna


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