Studio 2014: Reseting the search cursor
Thread poster: asr2
asr2

Local time: 10:45
Mar 26, 2016

How can I force SDL Studio to resume the search at the current segment, rather than always starting from the begiining?

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Ricki Farn
Germany
Local time: 10:45
Member (2005)
English to German
Source/target language Mar 27, 2016

Your issue might be that your cursor focus is in the source segment but your search dialog says "search in the target language" or vice versa.

Not sure if I've explained that well. Assume you want to search a word in the source language. Click in a segment of the source language before you search. If you find something and edit the target segment, click in the corresponding source segment before you search again. (If you just leave the cursor in the target segment, the undesired search behavior will occur.)


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