This is not a good approach!
As it turns out, the first pause varies very much, depending on the TM.
Perhaps it's a better approach to adjust the start and end of the segment just before navigating to the next untranslated segment.
This, of course, requires some flexibility of the user: she shouldn't bother about incorrect start and end, before pressing CTRL+Enter (since the macro will fix them).
Something like this:
As it turned out, an extra IF statement is needed, to exclude the New term dialogue box (which also uses CTRL+Enter):
There will be some more modifications necessary:
Errors like this:
I can prevent this by adding some extra IF statements, but it's clumsy.
>if the start of a segment contains a tag, this tag will get destroyed by adjusting the segment start
I'll add a post in the Problems forum ...
I've added an extra IF statement to trap closing quotes (the adjust segment end feature isn't tolerant for deviating quote characters):
Added some lines to prevent unwanted change of quote characters at segment end:
Whenever I press Ctrl+Enter to navigate to the next untranslated segment, this keyboard shortcut is intercepted and triggers the following macro:
Note that the 2.0 seconds pause is depending on the speed of your computer, the MT systems that are active and the size of your Memories.