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cojiluc
2019-01-31 14:46 - 2019-01-31 14:47
Is there a way to list all sentences of a specific user which have been directly translated?
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CK
CK
2019-02-01 01:16 - 2019-02-01 01:46
You can do this with an advanced search.

Here is the search to find your translated sentences.
https://tatoeba.org/eng/sentenc...t&sort=created

You will only get the first 1,000, and then you can reverse the sort to get the last 1,000.
You can also sort by length, etc. to find other selections.


Members can use this "dashboard" of useful links and get this and other useful links, if you also include your username in the form.

http://study.aitech.ac.jp/tatoe...late/links.php
Create a Dashboard of Customized Links for Tatoeba.org


Once your have created the page, you can bookmark the resulting page for future use.


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cojiluc
2019-02-01 06:43 - 2019-02-01 14:30
CK, the link you have provided is just all sentences of a user which HAVE trannslation. Having translation in the tatoeba search (direct or not) does not mean that someone has translated them. I asked a way to list all sentences of a user which HAVE BEEN directly translated by other.
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Aiji
2019-02-01 14:38
I don't think it is possible to do that with the current tool. I think what you want to do is to cross the search for translated sentences to a search of original sentences of the author, right?

Maybe it will possible in the future however.
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cojiluc
2019-02-01 15:45
Aiji,

Sometimes, just by curiosity, I would like to know if my own sentences (or the sentences of another specific users) have been translated.
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Aiji
2019-02-02 02:32
I understand that feeling!
Several users, I included, have their own list of "My sentences", to serve that purpose.
Mine is here for example: https://tatoeba.org/fra/sentences_lists/show/6375
When adding sentences, we need to add them to list, so sometimes I forget to do so, but now original sentences can be distinguished from translations, so let us be patient and wait for a new research option :)