AutoScrolling source and target windows
Thread poster: Mary Worby

Mary Worby  Identity Verified
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Apr 9, 2010

I'm having a slightly annoying problem with Studio 2009, SP2.

Normally, when editing a document, there is a single scroll bar on the right hand side. For some reason, I seem to have acquired another scroll bar by the source text window and the windows no longer move down in sync, i.e. I have to scroll the source page down manually and it doesn't display the relevant segments next to one another.

I've searched the Help, which tells me to go to 'View' and 'Auto-scroll' source document. But this option (and the one below) is greyed out. What have I done?

I've tried restarting Trados and opening different files. all to no avail.

Any bright ideas?

Many thanks in advance!
Mary


 

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View - AutoScroll Source Document Apr 9, 2010

Hi Mary,

It sounds as though you have unchecked this option

View - AutoScroll Sourve Document

Just check it and the second vertical bar will disappear.

Regards

Paul


 

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Thanks Apr 9, 2010

Hi Paul,

I tried that and the option was greyed out. And next time I opened the document it said something about 'AutoScroll function not available'. Then, after I tore my hair out a bit, I blinked and it went back to normal for no apparent reason!

Thanks for your help anyway, and have a lovely sunny weekend!

Mary


 


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