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Dec 5, 2016

Hello,
I'm working on a long document with lots of footnotes. So I would like to translate the footnotes when they come up in the main text, but somehow I can't find them. Is there a possibility to locate the footnotes? (I know that I can jump to a specific segment by typing the number into the search field, but as I don't know the number of the footnote segment, this doesn't help me ...)
Thank you for your advice and best regards,
Irene


 

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Search source Dec 5, 2016

ibz wrote:

Is there a possibility to locate the footnotes?


You can search for the source text of the footnote:

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It would be nice to be able to click on the tag for the footnote and then jump to it.

[Edited at 2016-12-05 19:54 GMT]


 

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Hm Dec 6, 2016

Thanks for your reply and yes, I know, it sounds stupid: But somehow I managed to hide the toolbar at the top of the window where I could type in search terms. What can I do to make it visible again?
Thanks for your help! (BTW: I'm using the CafeTran Espresso 2016 Ichiro)


 

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Toolbar hidden? Dec 6, 2016

ibz wrote:

Thanks for your reply and yes, I know, it sounds stupid: But somehow I managed to hide the toolbar at the top of the window where I could type in search terms. What can I do to make it visible again?
Thanks for your help! (BTW: I'm using the CafeTran Espresso 2016 Ichiro)


Is Views > Toolbars > Hide toolbars ticked?


 

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No Dec 6, 2016

No, that's the first thing I thought about, but no, it's not ticked.

 

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Quick Search Dec 6, 2016

I found the solution: Click on «Quick search»!
But another question: I (also accidentally) reversed the order of the three panels at the bottom of the window. How do I rearrange these?
And once again sorry for all these questions: I'm still a Cafetran beginner, but I'm very enthusiastic about this programme.


 

Igor Kmitowski  Identity Verified
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Tabs order Dec 6, 2016

Hi,

If you mean the order of the tabs, right-click at the tab's title and choose Dock tab to... to move it to your preferred tab position.

ibz wrote:

I found the solution: Click on «Quick search»!
But another question: I (also accidentally) reversed the order of the three panels at the bottom of the window. How do I rearrange these?
And once again sorry for all these questions: I'm still a Cafetran beginner, but I'm very enthusiastic about this programme.


 


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