I am not happy with the lingq and want to change it.
I change the translation or add new translations.
I leave the lingq I have just changed and go to a new word.
When I go back to the original word:
The new definitions are messed up, some have been randomly omitted or several different definition columns have been garbled together into a single column.
The lingq is now a complete mess and I have to redo it.
This is a particular problem with words that have many meanings, since the more columns I add the more messed up the lingq is when I move off and go back to it, and the more time I have to spend fixing it.
PLEASE fix this bug, I am sick to death of it. It does not occur all the time but often enough.
@Bonnenouvellejonny - Would you be able to include a couple of screenshots so we might better understand the issue? There are a few known issues, one of which pmilone links to in his post, so I want to confirm whether this is a known issue or whether it is something new.
It is never an issue when i initially LingQ. However, when i come across the word in another situation (and the definition doesn’t make sense-- because it has multiple meanings) I sometimes edit. Because of the issue I now only edit in the Vocabulary page.