Note: Maybe the Observer lite and Known words sections are blank here? My version does not label them, but based on your pictures and context, it looks like the middle two boxes show up for me: New words and LingQed words?
Is the Rooster Observer part having similar issues to before? Or am I missing something?
P.S./Edit":Minor note, my selections in the main control panel here show up a little off-center, and I just wanted to report it in case it was something you wanted to know:
A patch that deserves its own post. Google Translate has been added as an alternative translation source. This method opens the google translate webpage in a new tab and continuously posts your lesson text one line at a time collating the translations. They are then sent to LingQ as a bundle. Progress is displayed as a percentage and translations are visible in the console before being sent to LingQ.
Added Google Translate as a secondary lesson translate option. (LingQ uses DeepL as their translation method. This translation is slower and is prone to breaking but can be a good alternative for some languages)
Fix for hotkeys propagation on edit sentence (Reader view)
I just bought the Premium extension. I have to say that the YouTube Tools are awesome. I need to play with the rest of them; I’m sure I’ll be impressed. I have several questions though:
I normally spend my day in front of two different PCs (home and office). Is the license key for the Premium version attached to a single computer? Or can I use the Premium version on both of them?
In the YouTube Tools, above the subtitles line, there is a pop-up showing up for new words that seems to allow interaction (listen to it, marking it as new word or ignore it); however, as soon as you move the mouse to that pop-up, it disappears:
Also, is there any way to use your Reader within Lingq (with synced audio) to interact with words as in the YouTube tools (i.e., to create Lingqs, look up words in dictionnaries, see if the words are known or Lingq’ed, etc.)?
The license key sent to your email should work on 4 devices. I’ll be updating this at some point but nothing to worry about for 2 PCs.
Sorry about that, there is still a few bugs in the program. I’ve been sent a list of things to fix so i’ll make sure that is included. You should be able to move the menu with the checkbox toggle and it will work.
That is not the case. If a new version is available it will be displayed in the initial menu of Youtube tools.
Edit: actually yes. you can toggle on the LingQ reader as one of the options and it will be the original reader with autoscroll functions.