bug - case of first character changed
Thread poster: Thomas Johansson

Thomas Johansson  Identity Verified
Peru
Local time: 06:37
Member (2005)
English to Swedish
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May 3, 2014

I recently installed the latest version - memoQ 2013 R2, version 6.8.57 (translator pro). However, I have one major problem with this new version:

Whenever I start translating a new segment, the program automatically sets the first character to upper case. Even if I write a character in lower case, for instance "a", the program automatically changes it to upper case, an "A". Does anyone know how to avoid this behavior? If I type an "a" in the target segment, I want the target segment to show an "a" and not an "A".

Thomas

[Edited at 2014-05-03 09:37 GMT]


 

Anthony Green  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 13:37
Italian to English
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AutoCorrect May 3, 2014

Hello Thomas
It's really simple.
Try AutoCorrect (Ctrl-Shift-O) and remove Capitalize first letter of target segments


 

Thomas Johansson  Identity Verified
Peru
Local time: 06:37
Member (2005)
English to Swedish
+ ...
TOPIC STARTER
thanks May 3, 2014

Anthony Green wrote:

Hello Thomas
It's really simple.
Try AutoCorrect (Ctrl-Shift-O) and remove Capitalize first letter of target segments


Thanks, Anthony! That's what I needed to know.


 


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