How to hide translated source segments?
Thread poster: Cagdas Karatas

Cagdas Karatas  Identity Verified
Turkey
Local time: 10:22
English to Turkish
Jul 13, 2007

Perhaps, this is a trivial question but I have come across something odd (for me) with Trados 6.5. Why does Trados not hide the source segments that I have already translated and show both the source and target segments together? - There is the mark < o ) between the segments - This view mode is not the one that I am accustomed to. How can I switch to the mode where source segments are hidden automatically after pressing Alt + + ?

[Edited at 2007-07-13 23:16]


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Rafet Saltik
Turkey
Local time: 10:22
English to Turkish
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Hide source segments Jul 13, 2007

Dear Cagdas,

If you are working on MS Word, there is a function "Hide/Show" (hidden characters). Use this for hiding source segments (and other hidden elements on a file or show the same.

Kolay gelsin
Rafet


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Cagdas Karatas  Identity Verified
Turkey
Local time: 10:22
English to Turkish
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Thank you Rafet Jul 13, 2007

İyi çalışmalar. Sevgiler...

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Hilde Granlund  Identity Verified
Norway
Local time: 09:22
English to Norwegian
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I have the opposite problem Jul 16, 2007

And I can't find the hide/show option.
Suddenly, when I translated a document, and was finished - the source text disappeared, and I can no longer make it visible. So then - how can i revise??


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