When I create a LingQ on a line in a lesson, I am unable to create another one on the same line unless the two lingQs are separated by non-highlighted words. The two LingQs just merge together.
At first it appears I have two separate LingQs and there is a space between them, but when I refresh or return to the lesson later, they have merged into one LingQ and the space between the LingQs has disappeared.
In addition, I am unable to LingQ from one line onto the next.
Here is an example above. I LingQd ‘Come è cambiata l’Italia’ but then wanted to LingQ ‘Negli anni’ as well on the same line. When I went to LingQ ‘negli anni’ it appeared with a space before it and separated from the first LingQ. However, when I refreshed the page or returned to the page, I found the whole line was LingQ’d together.
It happens quite a lot. I’m not quite sure of the reasons for when it works and when it doesn’t.
Note: You might have to replace your language codes in the URL above with whatever your UI language is and your target language is (*I don’t think it automatically redirects based on user info, but it might):
For me it’s en for English and Ko for Korean
For you it might be: https://www.lingq.com/[insert your UI language here]/learn/[insert your target language here]/web/library/vocabulary/all
Also, do they show up in sentence view if you have this option checked on under your reader settings?:
Note: I know yours was a slightly different case because it wasn’t showing up as separate in your vocab section either and it was requiring a highlighted section in between highlighted sections, but I just thought I’d share in the case that has been fixed for you and you find this helpful!