Someone else posted about this 8 months ago (https://support.trint.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360001994717-let-me-click-and-edit-without-the-audio-moving-to-the-cursor-?input_string=Clicking%20to%20navigate).
It would be SO helpful if we could navigate inside the text by clicking without also moving the audio to the place we're clicking. It would hugely increase speed while cleaning up transcriptions, because it would allow us to easily clean things up without stopping the audio and repeatedly moving it back.
In the last post about this, Connor responded asking whether using the arrows to navigate was enough. The answer is no: using the arrows is much, much slower than just clicking to the exact place you want to go. And since the idea is to let the audio keep playing while you edit, in the time it takes you to navigate with the arrows, the audio starts moving too far forward and you need to pause.
I think the fix would be easy: Make it so you need to double-click to move both the cursor and the audio to a certain part in the text. A single click would move just the cursor and not the audio.
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