On the navigation bar before previous and next unit buttons, there is the
current unit number link. Click on that with middle mouse button and it will
open a new window/tab with the current unit in unfiltered view, so you can
edit surrounding units that were inaccessible in the filtered view.
Great! It is perfect solution for me!
# However it is little bit difficult to find ;).
However, in your case, it seems to me that you just want to translate
that particular file, am I correct? If so, then you could just go to
and work on that file.
My scenario is little different, but this way is also useful. Thanks!
Naruhiko Ogasawara (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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