Yep, also that.Enable zhuyin and it will show up in the middle!
I am talking about "Reader" add-on , where we read books and articles with tons of new words, yes I add them to flash cards but thats not enough...Sorry, not quite sure if I understand - you want it to mark words that are not in your flashcards?
Read here and see if that is what you are looking for:6) the ablilty to set multiple test prompts and required answers in a space do repition test based on score values. I thought I could do this at one point...but for the life of me can’t remember now. Something like:
<200 prompt for tones
<400 prompt for characters
<800 prompt for fill in the blank (see #4 above)
<1600 prompt for definition, characters and tone only showing audio.
Thanks! It works for some of it, but you can't do a tone test or fill in the blank (Character writing) that way.Read here and see if that is what you are looking for:
I think the key is more of a comprehensive visual representation. I think there is value in seeing some sort of graphical representation of all the cards vs. just the percentage. You already have percentage per category via statistics.
I agree the key thing would be defining how it works and clearly communicating it to the users. I'd say the simpler the better, it could be as simple as looking up a dictionary example that contains an exact word match to a given dictionary definition.@Matt P
#4 sounds like basically just a single-word cloze test - doable, but there are a *lot* of ambiguous cases so we'd probably either need another clue to disambiguate (like the definition) or to accept multiple answers (which would be a giant pain statistics-wise so probably no).
Great! Can't wait!!!
True, though it might be easier at that point to simply use a sentence clozeI agree the key thing would be defining how it works and clearly communicating it to the users. I'd say the simpler the better, it could be as simple as looking up a dictionary example that contains an exact word match to a given dictionary definition.
This might make sense once we add better editing capabilities to OCR so you can clean up your output before you try to make flashcards from it - raw OCR output is going to give you a lot of useless cards.Another idea: I often am using the OCR to collect vocab from a text book. It would be nice to have an option to select all text in the OCR box and make flashcards for them. (Usually it's in a column format) This would save time and may prompt more people to purchase the add-on for the amount of time saved.
Yeah, that sounds like it would do the jobPerhaps - 4.0 actually will let you add arbitrary buttons to the main UI at an arbitrary stage in a test, and those buttons can come with custom commands like 'add to category X,' so I'd be more inclined to leave this feature to that - if you want a couple of categories for wrong answers, you can add some buttons to the stage you're taken to after you answer incorrectly to let you simultaneously choose a category and advance to the next card.
Just following up on this... a couple of thoughts:Yeah, that sounds like it would do the job
I'm using Android google input chinese keyboard, also in Pleco, but stock keyboard, I know, can input pinyin also in IOS (http://pinpinchinese.com/blog/how-to-use-pinyin-to-type-chinese-iphone/): what is wrong in it?the stock iOS keyboard/input is used