many times I need to write the meaning in a notepad program and then copy/paste it in lingq if I need to have elements in different lines. Would be better to do it directly in lingq. Is about this you are talking?
And by the way, what is this window at the right side of your screen?
What I mean is that when I press Shift + Enter to have elements on different lines, the glossary in sentence mode doesn’t reproduce the hard return (on web only), so all definitions are crammed together on one line only. I don’t think you need to use the notepad to have your definitions on two lines. Shift + Enter will do the trick.
This window on the right side of my screen is the Edge sidebar. You can add any website you want and I always have my favourite dictionary open next to the text on Lingq. I find it easier to copy/paste definitions from it that the pop up window. It’s basically like having your phone next to your computer screen.
Zoran, a number of your parsing issues could probably be addressed by integrated generative AI where you simply ask the AI to reformat text to some guidelines within the pipeline of the parsing process. While not the most advanced use of generative AI, cleaning stuff up with some degree of intelligence is quite often within the tech’s sweet spot. I’m not saying to use generative AI to replace anything but instead just to augment what you already have. Consider exploring.
@SeoulMate I checked this with our team and we won’t be making any changes there. You will need to just use semi colons or commas to separate. This change would cause other issues in the app and at the moment we are unable to make any changes there.
zoran, in general, consider using generative AI for smarter parsing and formatting.
Even consider it for post-dictionary-based learning of vocabulary. Generative AI is really good at helping with register, appropriate usages, inappropriate usages, contextualized meaning, regional usage differences, idioms, and more about words that has never been present in dictionaries derived from their paper-based ancestors.