Case CATalyst offers a feature that allows the user to create a customized reminder that will appear before the user logs off.
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-With Case CATalyst, you can create a customized reminder that will display every time Case CATalyst is closed.
How To Create A Customized Reminder: (1) In the Manage Jobs screen, click on Tools in the Menu Bar. (2) Click Options. (3) Click Manage Custom Reminders. (4) In the Custom Reminder Messages Dialog Box, click to check the option Show ‘Closing Edit’ Message. (5) In the Reminder space, write the title of the reminder you want to create. (6) In the Reminder Desc box, write what you want the reminder to be word-for-word. (7) You can click on the Test button to see a preview of the reminder. Click on Thanks For The Reminder to close the preview box. (8) Click Okay to save the reminder.
Word Definitions- A feature that allows you to look up the definition of a word in a transcript immediately.
How To Use Word Definitions: (1) Right-click on the word you want to look up. (2) Click on the Word Definition icon. A window will open up with the Merriam-Webster definition of the word, as well of the function of the word and the word pronunciation.
Hotspots- A feature that allows you to view all of your untranslates, conflicts, blank fields, and oops format symbols at the same time without having to scan through your transcript.
How To Open Your Hotspots: (1) Click View on the Menu Bar. (2) Click Panes. (3) Click Hotspots. The Hotspots Dialog Pane will appear on the right side. Your Hotspots will be organized by page and line number. You will also see the type of Hotspot and the text associated with it.
If you double-click on one of the Hotspot entries, your cursor will appear at the location of that hotspot in the transcript. NOTE: The audio will also play when you double-click the entry. (You can turn this audio feature off if you’d like to).
You can also use filter and search options in the Hotspots Dialog Pane.
The cat scratch function in case catalyst is akin to being able to place a neat Post-It list onto your screen while working on a transcript.
Cat scratch allows you to perform the following actions: Keep a suggested brief from Brief It on the screen to be able to easily reference it throughout a job, make a list of words and phrases in a separate pane on your screen, and make a list of the job’s most frequently used dictionary entries.
Below is a video showing the many functions of cat scratch: