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I've been using Dragon 9 with Transit XV. It works perfectly until I try to insert a non-English character like 'ñ' or an accented character. As soon as Dragon inserts one of those characters, the cursor moves to the beginning of the segment, before the tag. For instance:
ón eléctrica (Tags)El sistema funciona con tres fuentes de alimentaci
The segment starts with: '(Tags)El sistema funciona... ', then the cursor moves to the beginning when Dragon recognizes the 'ó' character. This is just one example, it does the same even if there are no tags inside the segment.
Is there a fix for this behavior. I don't know if the problem lies with Dragon or Transit. Does anybody know how to fix this?
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