Trados Studio 2015 - editor windows layout incidentally swapped
Thread poster: Jitka Komarkova (Mgr.)

Jitka Komarkova (Mgr.)  Identity Verified
Czech Republic
Local time: 06:33
Member (2013)
English to Czech
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Mar 28

Hello, my question may be silly and easy to solve but I cannot find a solution myself.
Translating, I use the standard editor windows layout, TM and termbase windows up and the working window for translating in the bottom. Writing, I incidentally swapped the layout - with a kind of unintentional key shortcut, now having TM and TB in the bottom, editing window up (but it actually is not a review mode). Any idea how to return them to their original positions when "Reset Window Layout" did not help actually.
Many thanks in advance!
Best regards

Finally solved with: Alternative Translation Layout button

[Edited at 2018-03-28 12:36 GMT]


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