"Select All" without mouse
Thread poster: Tom Fennell

Tom Fennell
United States
Local time: 13:05
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Jul 16, 2012

Hello all,

Does anyone know a way to select all segments in a file or filter set without having to use "shift+mouse click?"

I am programming Dragon NaturallySpeaking scripts for Studio. Invoking the "Shift+mouse" combination is something that requires Windows system-level programming skills that go far beyond my skill set. It involves turning on the shift key at the system-level instead of just as a key combination, and then turning it off again.

It would be great if one could achieve this in someway in Trados without being forced to use the mouse, and even worse the dreaded shift+click combo.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Tom


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Tom Fennell
United States
Local time: 13:05
Member (2010)
Russian to English
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Selecting all Jul 30, 2012

Dear All,

Paul sent me a solution - Alt+Shift+Down

I can program my script to do this 100 times, which is inelegant, but works pretty well.

An Alt+Shift+End would be much welcome, but I have found that Alt+Shift+Down gives me all the functionality I need.


 


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