Navigation bar

At the top of the element window you will by default find the navigation toolbar:

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Here is the meaning of individual buttons:

  • Contents - open the contents window with the tree structure of knowledge stored in the current collection
  • Search - open the list of words used in the current collection
  • Back (<) - move back to the most recently visited element (same as Alt+B)
  • Ahead (>) - revisit elements that have been viewed before choosing Back (<)
  • History - view the list of recently visited elements
  • Next - go to the next element (interpretation of this button depends on setting Next button options available from the Next button pull-down menu on the professional level)
  • Home - go to the master node of the whole collection (i.e. the node that makes the root of the knowledge tree)
  • Previous element - go to the previous element in the contents window
  • Parent - go to the parent of the currently displayed element
  • Next element - go to the next element in the contents window
  • End - go to the last element in the knowledge tree in the contents window
  • Instant translation - turn on/off translating texts when the mouse moves over the element window
  • Instant transcription - turn on/off providing phonetic transcription of texts when the mouse moves over the element window
  • Synchronize - turn on/off selecting the currently displayed element in the contents window. Set this button in the down-state if you want to always be able the position of displayed elements in the contents window
  • Print - print the currently displayed element

Professional level

Note that navigation toolbar may not be visible if Tools : Options : Data access : Hide navigation toolbar is checked