belgavox
2012-07-24 23:27
I would like to be able to perform a search with two criteria: 1) a given source language and 2) a missing translation. For instance, list 15 French sentences for which the English translation is missing. Does this capability current exist? If not, could it be added to a desired feature list? Thanks!
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freefighter
2012-07-25 01:44
Quite possible, I believe. The only problem is that you will see the whole list of French sentences not translated to English. I mean they will be displayed in pages of 10 and you cannot change the number of sentences in each page. But I don't think this will be a problem.

http://tatoeba.org/fre/sentence...n/fra/none/eng

Parcourir
--> Parcourir par langue
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alexmarcelo
2012-07-25 02:01
However, you can go to another page. Just change the number after the word "page":

http://tatoeba.org/eng/sentence...fferent/page:2

For example, page:1472 would give you:
http://tatoeba.org/eng/sentence...rent/page:1472
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jakov
2012-07-25 17:01
You could use my userscript [Tatoeba page navigator][1], which changes the current page to an input field, where you can either type a number or use the arrow keys to navigate to the previous or next page.

[1]: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/119698
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alexmarcelo
2012-07-25 21:48
Great, thanks! Do you have a link explaining how to use it?
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jakov
2012-07-26 03:03
If you use firefox, just install the greasemonkey addon, then click the install button on the page i linked to. Usage itself is intuitive: just click the number of the current page ( in between the "<<", "<", ">", ">>" on top or bottom of a page), then type the number if the page or use the arrow keys to add or subtract one. Hit enter key to submit.

For other beowsers i will explain if you ask.
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alexmarcelo
2012-07-26 03:54
You're great! Thanks! Waiting for the infinite scrolling. :-)
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jakov
2012-07-26 12:45
It's not going to be easy ;) as each sentence needs some javascript (for the translation button etc), but i'm going to try anyways.
freefighter
2012-07-26 14:41
I would love to hear more about that. :)
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alexmarcelo
2012-07-26 17:21
Basically, we wouldn't need to change the current page to translate more than 10 sentences. The following page would load automatically when you get to the end of the page, and we would just need to scroll down. That would make our work much easier... there's another script I asked jakov to do, which consists in opening the translate box automatically so that we don't need to click "translate" in every sentence...

If one of these come to life, nobody will stop us! If they are combined together...

Let's cross our fingers! Go, jakov! :-)
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freefighter
2012-07-26 21:57
Sounds great. I wish jakov good luck with that then ;)
jakov
2012-07-26 21:26
There's now basic infinite scrolling in my script, however it still breaks all javascript that's supposed to be there.
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alexmarcelo
2012-07-28 06:32
Yes, I've just tried it, and it's looks great! It's a pity that we can't translate them. Do you think it would be easier to create a script to automatically open the translation box?