Cursor return in KudoZ to facilitate multiple searches
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LegalTransform  Identity Verified
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Aug 12, 2005

After doing a search in the KudoZ glossaries, would it be possible to have the cursor automatically return to the Term or Phrase field (like at http://dict.leo.org/) so that you can search for another term by just typing it in without the need to move back to the top of the page and click the mouse on this field?

[Edited at 2005-08-12 07:34]


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Steven Sidore  Identity Verified
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Hear hear Aug 12, 2005

This one has been on my mind too, thanks for throwing it out there.

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Pamela Peralta  Identity Verified
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I second the motion Aug 12, 2005

That was the suggestion I made in ProZ's recent survey.
It would be wonderful!
Pamela


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LegalTransform  Identity Verified
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Already implemented in new search system Aug 13, 2005

I see that this has already been implemented in the new search system. Beta version: http://www.proz.com/search/index.php?sp=ksearch

Excellent!

However, at http://dict.leo.org/ after a search, the old term is highlighted, so that you can enter a new term without having to delete the old one or scroll back to the top of the screen before you start typing. If you want to modify the previous term instead, you can just press the backspace button.

Nevertheless, this is another excellent improvement!


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Jason Grimes
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Term is now automatically highlighted on page load Aug 14, 2005

Jeff Whittaker wrote:
However, at http://dict.leo.org/ after a search, the old term is highlighted, so that you can enter a new term without having to delete the old one or scroll back to the top of the screen before you start typing. If you want to modify the previous term instead, you can just press the backspace button.


Hi Jeff,

The term should now be automatically highlighted when the page ProZ.com term search page loads. Thanks for the suggestion.

Best regards,

Jason


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LegalTransform  Identity Verified
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Thank You!!!! Aug 14, 2005

Works great. Thank You!!

Jason Grimes wrote:

Jeff Whittaker wrote:
However, at http://dict.leo.org/ after a search, the old term is highlighted, so that you can enter a new term without having to delete the old one or scroll back to the top of the screen before you start typing. If you want to modify the previous term instead, you can just press the backspace button.


Hi Jeff,

The term should now be automatically highlighted when the page ProZ.com term search page loads. Thanks for the suggestion.

Best regards,

Jason


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