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    Default Letras blancas en Tag Editor

    Sigo con las dudas de Trados...

    En este caso, me gustaría saber si alguno tiene idea de cómo cambiar el color de fuente en Tag Editor cuando el texto fuente presenta letras blancas y, por ende, el texto traducido también lo asume con letras blancas. Lo único que pude hacer es ampliar el porcentaje para ver las letras más grandes y verlas un poquito mejor, pero realmente cuando termino de trabajar me duele mucho la vista...

    Gracias por la ayuda.

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    Hi Mariacecilia,
    I found something I am not completely sure will work but might you can try:

    The Resolution section on:
    http://talisma.sdl.com/display/2n/kb....aspx?aid=3039


    Good luck!

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    Default Re: Letras blancas en Tag Editor

    Hola, Clara!!

    Intenté ver la página pero no pude... me dice algo así como "session timed out", puede ser??

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    Default Re: Letras blancas en Tag Editor

    En ese caso, aquí copio el texto:

    You can change this behaviour by making a modification in the Windows registry. Be very careful when making modifications in the Windows registry because any unwanted changes cannot be undone and may harm the software on your machine. We advise you to make a backup before making any changes.
    1. Download the attached zip file 3039_ColorOverride.zip to your machine.
    2. Open the ZIP file and extract EnableTmfcColorOverride.reg
    3. Double-click on EnableTmfcColorOverride.reg
    4. Click Yes at the first pop-up and OK at the second.
    The translation tools will now show your customised color settings without the light yellow, green and blue colors when opening a segment. The active segment is indicated by a boundary line instead.
    If you want to revert settings back to normal, you can repeat the above steps for the file DisableTmfcColorOverride.reg also available in attached ZIP file. This will set the value of the newly inserted registry key OverrideColorsWithWindowsDefault in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Trados\Shared\TMFC back to "0" and therefore back to the default color settings of the SDL Trados translation tools.
    ¡Saludos!

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