SDL Studio 2011 - How to set up the Navigation pane in Files view
Thread poster: christelle.c

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English to French
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May 6, 2013

I have set up Trados Studio so that the previously edited document re-opens automatically at startup. Nevertheless when I go to the Files view, the Navigation pane just displays the root and I still need to browse multiple folders and subfolders in order to locate the last file I was working on.
Is there anyway I can set up the Files view to automatically display at startup the path to the last file I translated?



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