Off topic: Deactivating Scrolling in dictionnary pane
Thread poster: Axel Thomas

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Feb 24, 2008

Does anyone know how to deactivate the scrolling in the dictionnary pane in Transit?
I don't mean the scrolling bar but the entries scrolling along with the cursor position in the target window.
The German sentence structure often imposes changes compared to the source text and once you "jump" over a term in the dictionnary it is not visible any more in the dictionnary pane. Than, if you need a term which isn't visible any more and you don't remember the corresponding letter it is not possible to insert the term with ALT + G + corresponding letter.
Now, having a huge screen, I have my dictionnary pane on the right hand side of the window and there is space for about 30 or even more entries, so no need to have a scrolling dictionnary.

Thanks for your help!


 


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