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Somehow I already had this setup, but now I cannot find out how I achieved it when I want to use it again. What I'd need: With default windows layout, all the panes (TM, Concordance, Term Recognition etc.) are firmly fixed at the top of the Editor window (above the segments).
I can reposition them with the floating mode, but when I e.g. move them to the bottom of the screen, they do not "connect" to the border of the screen, but remain floating. That means that some segments are hidden behind them then.
How do I achieve having the panes "glued" to the bottom border of the screen rather than to the top one?
Also, is there any way to make the translation pane (the section with target+source segments) itself floating?
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Emma Goldsmith Spain Local time: 20:11 Member (2010) Spanish to English
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