alt+T isn't functioning
Thread poster: Aviram Gang

Aviram Gang  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 20:54
Member (2010)
English to Hebrew
+ ...
Jul 13, 2013

Hello,

Although there's an active dictionary that includes terms and the terms recognised are presented appear in Yellow in the source and target windows, none of the relevant keyboatd shortcuts (alt+G/T etc.) is functioning.

The only option I have is to use the Auto-Insert Segment button, which isn't very helpful.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance!


 

springhao

Local time: 01:54
Did you put cursor on the term? Jul 30, 2013

Did you put cursor on the term?

 

WML  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 18:54
German to English
i have the same problem Oct 1, 2013

every now and then, Alt + T does not work and nor does Alt Enter to enter suggested translations from fuzzy matches. I have tried opening and closing Transit, turning the computer and off, but there is no rhyme or reason, sometimes it works when I access Transit, and other days it doesn't - anyone any idea why?

 


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