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.
Added some lines to prevent unwanted change of quote characters at segment end:
I've added an extra IF statement to trap closing quotes (the adjust segment end feature isn't tolerant for deviating quote characters):
>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 ...
Errors like this:
I can prevent this by adding some extra IF statements, but it's clumsy.
There will be some more modifications necessary:
As it turned out, an extra IF statement is needed, to exclude the New term dialogue box (which also uses CTRL+Enter):
Something like this:
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).