Studio 2011 SP2: disable term recognition for locked segments?
Thread poster: Artem Vakhitov

Artem Vakhitov  Identity Verified
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Jun 16, 2013

Is it possible to disable term recognition for locked segments in Studio 2011 SP2? I have some locked segments that look like tags. For some reason, Studio doesn't skip these segments when navigating with Ctrl+Enter, and term recognition — useless in this case! — can take about 10 seconds with them, which is annoying. I don't want to filter out locked segments because I need them for context, and this slow-down doesn't happen with most of them, only with these segments that are somehow special and un-skippable.
Help?


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Bernard Lieber  Identity Verified
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Ctrl+Alt+F Jun 16, 2013

Hi Artem,

Using the above combination will skip locked segments.

HTH,

Bernard


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Artem Vakhitov  Identity Verified
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This works, thanks Jun 17, 2013

Bernard Lieber wrote:

Hi Artem,

Using the above combination will skip locked segments.

HTH,

Bernard


Thanks Bernard, this works as a workaround.


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