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I set up a redirected recover profile. I want to do object translations and am directed to panel ARYGMSQT, the Object Translation screen. The 'I'nsert line command is already in place when this screen is presented.
I hit Enter to add the first translation, e.g. 'SG'. I add the Source Name and Target Name values. I then put an 'I' next to this line (or 'D') to create another translation and the cursor gets positioned in the line command field of the same line.
The cursor positioning needs to be amended to place the cursor in the Obj Type field of the new line. Either entering a value (using 'I') or overtyping a value (having used 'D') in the Obj Type field is the next action the user will need to take if they have chosen 'I' or 'D', so the logical place for the cursor is to be in the Obj Type field, not on the previous line.
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