Dictionary en.wiktionary/wiki/<word> should have a #Swedish added

#Swedish addition would position correctly. Obviously this is in the swedish dictionary of wiktionary.

Wiktionary for Swedish seems to work fine for me. Not sure what exactly you are asking for here. Can you please explain a bit more?

When I use wiktionary in Swedish I always end up at the start of the page. If I add #Swedish to the URL, then I get to the right spot (provided the word is Swedish). So, the URL is missing #Swedish causing it to show the top of the page in stead of the start of the Swedish definition.

As an example of a word that exists in multiple languages use story 2 and use wiktionary on the word ’ en’ in the first or second line. Swedish is all the way down (65-th entry), but lingq shows the top of the page. If I click on Swedish, it adds β€˜#Swedish’ and I get to the right definition.

So to be extremely clear: please add β€˜#Swedish’ to the URL so that the page shows the definition for the tag Swedish (as long as it is present). If Swedish is not present, the tag gets ignored and it shows the top of the page.

PS this is using chrome.

EDIT: Finnish wiktionary has the same error. Try the word β€˜on’ (of the verb olla). This word also occurs in other languages. The lack of β€˜#Finnish’ leads to the top of the page. So this is not limited to Swedish.

Ah, thanks. Got it now. Should be taken care of now.

No, that is not correct. The current addition does not work. Did you test it on the examples I gave? The label has to be exactly the same. I just tested it for finnish and I suspect swedish has the same problem. For finnish it must be β€œ#Finnish” and for swedish it must be β€œ#Swedish” both with a capital first character.

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As of today 11-oct 2022 tested to be correct in Swedish and Finnish! Thanks.