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Navigation Behavior

You can steer the navigation behavior of MetaTexis in many ways:

       Input control:

The input control is a very important function of MetaTexis. It makes sure that you do not delete critical elements of a MetaTexis document. Moreover, in order to avoid mistakes, it controls the Copy, Cut and Paste functions of Microsoft Word. It is highly recommended not to de-activate the Input control check box. If you de-activate it, a warning message will be shown.

       Copy source text automatically, if any database search was not successful:

When this checkbox is ticked the source text will automatically be copied to the translation box when the search actions executed by MetaTexis did not give any results.

       Copy numbers automatically:

When this checkbox is ticked any segment that contain of numbers only, will automatically be copied to the translation box.

       Adapt number formatting automatically:

When this checkbox is ticked, any number copied to the translation box automatically, are checked for the correct number formatting according to the languages defined, and the formatting is adapted if required.

       Adapt row height in tables automatically:

When this checkbox is ticked the height of rows in tables is automatically set to a variable value when you navigate in a table row so that the TU can be displayed completely. Alternatively, you can use the translation dialog to navigate through tables.

       Switch off background pagination:

When this checkbox is ticked the background pagination is switched off to increase navigation speed.

       Activate normal view mode:

When this checkbox is ticked the view mode for a document will be switched to normal/draft view whenever possible. This can increase the navigation speed considerably.

       Keep source text in clipboard after search actions:

When this checkbox is ticked the source text searched will be copied to the clipboard after the search was executed. This way you have easy access to the search text if you need to use it in other programs.