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Settings for Source Text and Translation

The main elements of a TU are the box for the source text and the box for the translation. For each box, you can define the following features:

       To define the background color, click the Define background color button.

       To define the borderline type, select an item from the Type drop-down list.

       To define the borderline's width, select an item from the Width drop-down list.

       To define the borderline's color, click the Define line color button.

       To define the distance of the borderline from the text, enter a number or click on the up-down arrows located beside the top, bottom, left, or right text boxes.

       To define the space to the paragraphs located before or after the box, enter a number or click on the up-down arrows located beside the before or after text boxes.

       To define the indentation of the paragraph of the box, enter a number or click on the up-down arrows located beside the left or right text boxes. If you leave the indentation values empty, the paragraph will be indented like the original paragraph the TU belongs to.

Note: The colors defined will also be used for the translation dialog box (see Dialog Box Mode), and for the dialog box used for editing language files (see Built-in Language File Editor).