Cursor position after accepting fuzzy
Thread poster: Marcos Zattar
Marcos Zattar
Germany
Local time: 23:43
German to Portuguese
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Apr 21, 2009

Is there a way to tell across to position the cursor at the beginning of the sentence after I accept a match through the combination Alt+Insert? This seems to me a pretty obvious behavior that across should allow, since a match *must* almost always be edited.

Until now I have been doing this manually with the mouse. I am a heavy keyboard user, though

I did not seem to find any setting in the manual or in the settings to acomplish this. Thanks for the help!


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Uwe Schwenk
United States
Local time: 16:43
English to German
Cursor Position Apr 23, 2009

Marcos,

the only way you can do it is the Key combination CTRL + Home. However, this brings zou to the beginning of the whole unit. This means if you have for example 3 phrases in your translation unit, and the 2nd one is the one inserted through fuzzy, using this key combination will bring you to the beginning of the first sentence.

Uwe


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Marcos Zattar
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Might help though... Apr 23, 2009

Thanks again!

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