Inserting inline elements does not work well
Thread poster: Yiftah Hellerman-Carmel

Yiftah Hellerman-Carmel  Identity Verified
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Feb 15, 2011

Hello,

I am new to Across. I am translating into an RTL language. When I want to insert an inline element using the shortcut keys ctrl+shift+number the element is inserted but the text turns to be LTR aligned. This is, I suppose, due to the fact that the key shortcut to change the text direction is ctrl+shift. Is there a way around it (other than using the mouse), or am I doing anything wrong?

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Yiftah Hellerman-Carmel  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 21:49
Member (2005)
German to Hebrew
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Solved Feb 17, 2011

I found out that only when pressing ctrl+shift on the left side of the keyboard, the text direction changes. Therefore, when I want to insert inline tags, I simply use the ctrl+shift on the right side of the keyboard.

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