Monday, July 27, 2015

Tatoeba update (July 27th, 2015)

* Indonesian has been added as a user interface language.
* Emilian (for which we have a native contributor) has been added as a language.
* Zaza (for which we have a native contributor) has been added as a language.

* In Macedonian sentences, all instances of Latin lowercase e grave have been replaced with the Cyrillic version.
* Byte-order marks, which are invisible but often prevent duplicate merging, have been removed and are now automatically stripped.

* After linking a translation, the "Show X more translations" link did not work. This has been fixed.
* Adding a sentence to a set of favorites was not working. This has been fixed.

Monday, July 20, 2015

Tatoeba update (July 20th, 2015)

* Performing an advanced search without text keywords now works correctly when both the "fewest words first" option and the "Reverse order" checkbox are enabled.

* Performing an advanced search without text keywords now works correctly when the "Random order" option is selected.

* When searching in Hebrew, vowels are ignored, and final and non-final letters are treated as identical.

* Cyrillic characters that do not fall into the main Russian range are now handled correctly in searches.

* Previously, sentences that were recently translated might show up in a search for sentences without translations. This has been fixed.

* Previously, searches that were limited to sentences with indirect translations also found those with direct translations. This has been fixed.

* The activity timeline now uses bar length exclusively, rather than bar length and color, to indicate the number of sentences added.

* The drop-down list displayed under a member's username has been changed. "My profile" has been added to the top, and "Edit profile" has been removed from the second position from the bottom.

* "Personal information" (name, country, birthday, homepage) and "Description" are now edited and saved together within a profile.

* Tooltips for the icons above a sentence were not displayed in certain browsers. This has been fixed.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Tatoeba update (July 13th, 2015)

** Tatoeba update (July 13th, 2015) **

* It is now possible to set the language of a sentence to "unknown" when the language has been auto-detected.

* A duplicate link for translating a user's sentences has been removed.

* The "Show activity timeline" link has been moved from the home page to the "More" menu.

* The message for the case where no search results are found has been simplified.

* The edit icon for personal lists is no longer broken across two lines.

* Previously, specifying random order for a search without any content would result in a sort by number of words. Now it results in a truly random sort.

* Previously, when a user specified in an advanced search that sentences must be written by native speakers, the results would include sentences by non-natives as well. This has been fixed.

* The latest contributions for Toki Pona and CycL are now displayed again.

* Duplicate lines in the exported tags.csv file have been eliminated.

* In "Latest contributions", sentences in right-to-left languages are now displayed correctly.

* The names of several countries have been made more natural.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Tatoeba update (June 29th, 2015)

** Tatoeba update (June 29th, 2015) **

* Languages in drop-down lists (except the ones for adding a new sentence and adding a translation, which have not yet been changed) are now displayed in two parts: the user-specific languages at the top, and the other languages below. If a user is logged in, the user-specific languages are the ones in his or her profile. Otherwise, they are the ones most recently selected.
* Searching for sentences not translated into a particular language is now faster.
* The "has audio" icon is now displayed correctly for translations in lists.
* Previously, when an attempt was made to auto-detect the language for a sentence, and auto-detection failed, the sentence was not added. This has been fixed.
* Searching for a user's sentences in a given language used to cause an incorrect message to be displayed when no results were found. This has been fixed.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Tatoeba update (June 22nd, 2015)

** Tatoeba update (June 22nd, 2015) **

* Searches *
** Searches can now use wildcard characters to match parts of a word. **
** Stress marks can now be excluded from searches in Russian. **
** There is a new button for clearing the search field between searches **

* Other changes *
** Users can now choose the number of sentences to display on a page. **
** Private messages can now be permanently deleted. **
** The date format has been internationalized. **
** Adopting or unadopting a sentence no longer causes extra translations to be displayed. **

Saturday, June 6, 2015

Tatoeba update (June 6th, 2015)

** Tatoeba update (June 6th, 2015) **

* Searching with mixed CJK/non-CJK characters now works.
* The number of lists displayed per page has been raised from 20 to 50.
* A user's profile page now contains a link that allows you to translate the user's sentences.
* Language codes are shown again on the page that lists the number of sentences per language.
* The number of sentences in a list is now displayed on that list's page (though due to a bug, the number may not be correct).
* The color of links has been changed.
* The OK tag is no longer automatically deleted when a sentence is released or adopted, but it is deleted when the text of the sentence changes.
* Most settings are now stored in the database rather than in cookies.
* Certain user interface strings whose translations had been dropped are now displayed as translated.
* Email addresses with new domains (such as ".technology") are now validated correctly.

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Tatoeba update (May 16th, 2015)

Improvements to sentence lists:

* The list of lists can now be sorted by list name, date created, or number of sentences.
* The lists are split into three sections: my lists, collaborative lists, other personal lists.
* Sentences can now be translated directly from any list.
* There is now a pencil icon next to the name of a list. Click on this icon to change the name.
* The creator of a list is now displayed on the list page.
* A sentence page now displays the names of the lists that include the sentence and are collaborative or belong to you.
* All the lists of a specific user can now be found via the user's profile. There is also a "My lists" link on the username menu and on the index/collaborative list pages.