Can't reinstate auto-propagate in Across 5.7
Thread poster: Vikki Pendleton

Vikki Pendleton  Identity Verified
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Feb 3, 2015

When you commit a sentence in Across that has repetitions elsewhere, it brings up a little dialog box asking if you want it to automatically propagate it to the other sentences. This box has a little checkbox at the bottom with 'Remember this setting in the user profile and do not ask again'. The other day I was cancelling the auto-propagation as I spotted an error in what I'd typed, and accidentally checked this box. Now I cannot for the life of me get it to auto-propagate. I've been into user settings and checked and unchecked the auto-propagate options, restarted Across, etc. Does anyone know if I can fix this without uninstalling and re-installing Across?

Thanks in advance,
Vikki


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Vikki Pendleton  Identity Verified
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Found it! Feb 4, 2015

I finally found it - if anyone else finds themselves in the same boat, in User Settings click on the Dialog menu and you can check the box to get it to show you the Auto-propagate dialog again. What a relief.

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