In the Editor mode of Studio 2009, if you press ALT+UP or ALT+DOWN a thin black rectangle appears above/below the current segment. Further pressing of these controls moves the rectangle up and down the segments.
In the Keyboard shortcuts this is called "Focus Previous Row" or "Focus Next Row".
Is this visual gimmick all there is to this or is there a practical purpose?
I cannot see any "Go To Focus", "Remove focus" or any other focus-related command.
Does anyone have an idea of what use this might be or know of other commands relating to the Focus?
I was wondering about the same thing. After seeing once again the useless rectangle on my screen, I decided to investigate: printed out the "shortcuts available" window on PDF, searched for "ALT + Down" and learned that it was called "Focus Next Row". Then entered "Focus" on Search Help field and got the usual "No topic found" answer...
It looks like another of those features devised to make you think you are not good enough unless you take one or more paid seminars & classes.
[Modificato alle 2012-05-14 13:50 GMT]