Setting the Termbase "Browse" font
Thread poster: Peter Ross

Peter Ross  Identity Verified
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Sep 20, 2011

Hi

Does anyone know how to control the *FONT* for the browse window in Multiterm 2009 (SP4) and in the Termbase View window in Studio 2009 Editor?

It displays properly with XP SP3, but not on Win 7 (32). I'm getting boxes.

* The hitlist and actual entries are OK, as is the Term Recognition window.
* Had this problem last year, stumbled on a solution, but lost it after a reinstall.
* Tried setting system locale - no change
* Tried compatibility settings (with and without system locale)- no change.
* Parts of some Segmentation rules and abbreviations in the Abbreviations list during Project Setup suffer the same fate.

Thanks

Peter

[Edited at 2011-09-20 09:47 GMT]


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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
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Tools - Options MultiTerm Sep 20, 2011

User Interface - Hitlist Settings - Source/Target font

HTH


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Peter Ross  Identity Verified
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Browse list, not Hitlist Sep 20, 2011

Thanks but no, I've tried this.

This controls the Hitlist, not the Browse list - the list displayed by the leftmost tab in Multiterm.

(It would also not resolve the issue of Segmentation Rules and Abbreviation display misnomers.)


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