In the lower part of the dialog box, you can define the colors and effects for the segment comparison function, which compares the source texts of the TM segments with the current source text of the TU.
The colors for identical segments can be defined on the first tab: Segment comparison - identical segments:
· Font color for identical segments:
To change the font color, simply click the Define font color for identical segments button.
· Font color for segment numbering:
To change the font color, simply click the Define font color for segment numbering button.
The text effects for different segments can be defined on the second tab: Segment comparison - different segments:
· To define a special effect for the source text or the translation, select an item in the Special effect drop-down box.
· To define a text format for the source text or the translation, select an item in the Text format drop-down box.
You can define both a special effect and a text format at the same time. However, you are advised to define either a special effect or a text format to avoid an "effect overkill".