Is there any keyboard shortcut to insert automated (i.e. machine) translation into a segment?
Thread poster: Vadim Kadyrov

Vadim Kadyrov  Identity Verified
Ukraine
Local time: 12:33
Member (2011)
English to Russian
+ ...
Jul 16, 2017

I know that AT is inserted automatically in any target segment, but when you forcibly type in your own translation, can you use a keyboard shortcut to insert AT right after the words you have just typed?

Thank you!


 

Franz Holzer
Local time: 11:33
Greek to German
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strg (+) + at the numpad Jul 16, 2017

Hello!
As mentioned above. But you have to insert your own things afterward, because the shortcut deletes what is already in the segment.

Greets Franz


 

Nora Diaz  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 03:33
Member (2002)
English to Spanish
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AutoHotkey Jul 18, 2017

Your best bet would be to write an AutoHotkey script to do this.

Maybe something like this:

!0:: ;Press Alt+0 to trigger
Send ^a
Sleep 100
Send ^x
Sleep 100
Send ^1 ;This inserts the first AT hit
Sleep 100
Send ^{PgUp}
Sleep 100
Send {Space}{Left}
Sleep 100
Send ^v

If you don't mind typing a bit, you can of course also get your AT content into your segment by using AutoSuggest.


 


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