LingQ 5.0 Chinese Dictionary No Longer Displays PinYin for New Words

It’s in the title. The new LingQ no longer has the pinyin pronunciation pop up in the dictionary. For a tonal language, this is super annoying. Please add this back in.

Not everyone wants to have pinyin on top of every character or zero pinyin at all (the only two options in version 5). A lot of us are still between these two extremes.

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This seems to affect Traditional Chinese only. I already reported this in the other thread, but as it might get lost there, I’ll quote:
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In Traditional Chinese, Pinyin is not shown in the sidebar, while it is shown correctly on the Simplified Chinese site.
Incorrect Traditional:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GsfHxBMHIudvzS42dzJ7HASKp0voZlvA/view?usp=sharing
Correct Simplified:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uAeCdK8QejJKoJvlBOTvTqwLj7Vh0BY1/view?usp=sharing

Settings for both languages are identical, i.e. Pinyin disabled. But I still expect it in the sidebar, of course.
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Thanks. I reported the issue to our team. We will have it fixed.