Difficult to suit everyone, I guess. I like the current implementation more.
It would be OK if the terms had only one underline, but at least that underline shouldn't be covered by highlighting in the subsequent line. What is the purpose of having that underline at all if something covers it and it's not visible, or only a small portion of it is visible? I attached another screenshot where this is the case.
Interesting, just noticed the new version. Am still trying to figure out if I like it more and exactly what's going on here. Showing overlapping matches has always been a bit of a problem in most (all?) CAT tools, and I don't think anyone has cracked it yet. I'll have a look at it today while I translate (my last paid job?).
> With the bright border surrounding the term as in 10.7.2, it looks much clearer, see file "highlighting2".
I agree. The upper border has just been added. Please apply the same 10.7.3 update again.
Thanks Igor, that's brilliant!
I don't see an upper border. This is what I get:
Is the upper border only visible in the dark theme?
Igor: The upper border has just been added. Please apply the same 10.7.3 update again.
I applied the latest 10.7.3 update, but I can see the upper border only in JA-IT projects. In EN-IT projects only the bottom border is visible. Is this by design?
The latest update worked for both EN-DE and FR-DE, thanks again!
In version 10.7.3, highlighted terms are only underlined in bright color. Now, if a segment has more than one line, the term highlighting in a given line covers/overlaps the bright underline of terms shown on a line above, leading to that underline being broken - please see attached file "highlighting1". This looks broken/messy, can we have the highlighting of 10.7.2 back please? With the bright border surrounding the term as in 10.7.2, it looks much clearer, see file "highlighting2".