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رسائل FlamingTofu على الحائط (المجموع ١٤)

FlamingTofu
2013-05-08 04:44
What's the best way to go about building an alternative interface for Tatoeba? Is there an API or something I can access?
FlamingTofu
2012-11-30 22:43
Click on the Greasemonkey icon and uncheck "Enabled"?

Sorry to cause so much trouble :(
FlamingTofu
2012-11-30 20:56
Have you tried temporarily disabling Greasemonkey?

Also try running a hard refresh (Ctrl+F5).
FlamingTofu
2012-11-28 19:40
I got it working in Firefox with the following steps:

1. Install Greasemonkey.
2. Click on the Greasemonkey icon to enable it.
3. Click "install" on the userscript page.
4. Greasemonkey will produce a dialog asking you to confirm the installation. Click Install on this dialog.
(If Greasemonkey does not produce a dialog, click on the Greasemonkey icon again.)
FlamingTofu
2012-11-28 08:33
Welcome, folks21! :)

Tatoeba is a database of sentences in different languages; it's not a site for language learning in the usual sense. However, it's very good as a companion to another course to help build on your current knowledge. I hope you'll find Tatoeba useful!
FlamingTofu
2012-11-28 08:29
Thank you!

There a few problems with it (e.g. sentences in lists). I'll release a new version when I find some time to work on it.
FlamingTofu
2012-11-28 04:41
I made a userscript to fix this:

http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/153139

To follow links as usual, use the green or gray arrows to the left of the sentence.

Tested in Chrome. I don't know about other browsers.
FlamingTofu
2012-11-15 18:33
Received the exact same message here. Tatoeba needs to be a bit more spam-proof.
FlamingTofu
2012-11-12 21:04
Hmmm. There appears to be a bug in Blank Canvas; it's very picky about the UserScript headers :/

I've fixed the script to work around it.
FlamingTofu
2012-11-12 19:13
I used a userscripts extension called Tampermonkey:

https://chrome.google.com/webst...jmpbldmpobfkfo

After installing, open up Tampermonkey -> Options and press New Userscript (a tab on the far right). Paste the code there, edit the language list, and press Save.
FlamingTofu
2012-11-10 22:00
I wrote a simple user script to add default languages at the top of language dropdowns for easy access.

https://gist.github.com/4052448

Change the marked line to configure which languages to show.

I've only tested this script in Chrome; I don't know how well it will work in other browsers.
FlamingTofu
2012-11-07 20:17
I don't understand. Tatoeba is an online database of sentences in many different languages; we don't memorize. Do you want us to make sentences using these words?

If you want to memorize things, I recommend http://www.memrise.com/.
FlamingTofu
2012-11-03 20:31
I was just thinking about this earlier. It would be nice to have languages that I've already used moved to the top of the list so I don't have to fish through it. Auto detect helps a lot, but it's not 100% reliable for languages with only a few sentences.
FlamingTofu
2012-11-02 04:43
Essentially, yes. Just be sure to use complete and grammatically correct sentences.

To start adding sentences for translation, go to Contribute -> Add Sentences on the top bar.

Cheers!