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[libreoffice-l10n] [Pootle] How can we select the "next" term found by search


I want to do very easy task but I couldn't found out how to do that.

What I want is:

1. Search word and found a term (e.g. "forward|fd" in LibreLogo [1]).
2. Then following terms also need to fixed, so I want to move to the next term.

However, button "Next unit" doesn't work for this situation because the
button want to find next term which hit the previous search.
And in search mode, I can't click any other terms in my display.

Sometimes Unit IDs are not increase step-by-step, so my current answer is
search again with the next term's string... it's not good for me.

Anyone know how I can do that?
Possibly Pootle should have such functionality (search a term, then move
to next). Please let me know if I lost a very easy point.

Thanks, and sorry poor English ;)

[1] https://translations.documentfoundation.org/ja/libo_ui/librelogo/translate.html#search=forward&sfields=source,target
Naruhiko Ogasawara (naruoga@gmail.com)

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