I'm translating a Studio project.
When I click on:
I'd like to go back exactly ONE segment, to make a correction. Regardless of my settings in Action > Skip.
Could this behaviour be made more intuitive please?
(Please note that I'm avoiding the word 'should' here!)
It's just that the commands are labeled 'Next' and 'Previous' and not 'Skip to Next segment that matches the settings' and 'Skip to Previous segment that matches the settings'.
It must be me and my twisted brain.
If you tell the program to skip/jump over some segments, it means that you wish to omit those segments for some reason (i.e. they are checked, numbers only, repeated). Here CafeTran's behavior is consistent with the intention.
The former, of course. Those icons and their related shortcuts respond to your Skip settings. Either change those settings, or use the Overview Panel (by some erratically called the Grid) to select a next/previous segment that would otherwise be skipped.
[ ] Yes Hans, you indeed misinterpreted these commands.
[ ] Indeed Hans, I see what you mean and will modify the effect of these two commands.
What's appropriate here?
But I guess this should (oops, I've used the S-word) have been:
Move to the previous segment doesn't work as interpreted/expected by me
>I don't quite understand the issue. Your settings in the menu Action > Skip determine the navigation between the segments. It is the very purpose of skipping/jumping.
Personally, I think that this Settings should affect this function:
And not these two:
In my opinion, these two should just go back/forward ONE segment.
I don't quite understand the issue. Your settings in the menu Action > Skip determine the navigation between the segments. It is the very purpose of skipping/jumping.
Same for Next Segment, in Studio projects.