It would be better if the symbol of the pin above the field in the edit appears all the time. For a moment I asked myself where he had gone.
It is better to distinguish more between a radio button and a button with a V marking. And also to add a border to them in dark mode because it’s a bit hard to see them.
It also bothered me that the buttons that raise or lower a number in spinbox are hidden until hovering. It looks as if it is waiting to be typed. It is also less convenient to have to “travel” with the mouse from side to side of the box to raise or lower a number.
And a small bug, in deck settings, if the description appears above and not below, sometimes the letters are blurred.
I used automatic translation because it is difficult for me to write in English (maybe Anki will help with that?!) If something is not clear I will try to explain more.
Clicking anywhere in the card edit panel causes the buttons to become ungrayed. However, clicking one of the buttons while it is grayed out triggers the button’s effect, so it’s not actually disabled it only appears to be. In the case of the fx button, clicking it while it is grayed causes the menu to flash open and immediately close.
There have definitely been some performance regressions, but that is still surprisingly slow - on my machine it takes about 2-3 seconds to perform that action. Assuming it’s not an ancient machine, maybe your antivirus is slowing things down?
The plan is to drop that option in the future, so we didn’t want to waste translator’s time.
I can’t seem to reproduce this - does it still happen for you?
Thanks, should be fixed.
Maybe that would make more sense. Currently it’s configured via the Fields dialog.
Easiest: have the users export with the legacy compatibility option enabled in the export screen.
Great job! It was about time to give Anki the UI it deserves.
Here is some stuff that caught my eye:
Are these labels centered? Maybe the box is too small? The ‘p’ doesn’t look right so close to the border.
I would make the knob smaller or the path larger, like the toggles in deck options. Curved hair lines can’t be rendered evenly.
As @cqg said, these lines are almost invisible. But also, there shouldn’t be a border below the active tab. Strange that it looks different for you, even though we’re both on Win 10.
That’s how tooltips look in night mode.
I like how the horizontal split uses browser space more efficiently, but there are some issues:
i) Column headers behave weirdly when scaling columns (screenshot 1).
ii) If there are rows, an extra column appears on the left (screenshot 2). This is not new, but now this column is significantly wider. I think it’s only purpose is to allow selecting everything or an entire row, which is not very helpful in Anki’s case. Maybe it can be removed completely.
iii) On older releases, the editor appears now on the side as well. Bug or feature?
The current behavior is weird, agreed. Switching to a note of the same notetype should keep the current state. But switching to a different notetype, the field probably has a completely different job, so it should reset to a default (or the setting of the last note of that notetype).
Maybe we could remove the setting from the fields dialog. But I don’t know how feasible a per-notetype entry in the profile manager would be.
I am using a 4 years old Acer Swift SF113-31. It does show some signs of age, but all in all it is a quite average machine I guess?
I also tried disabling my antivirus and did not see much improvement.
I think adding the shrink image feature is an incredible idea. I’ve been using the Shrink Image Size In Editor (1633333766) and I love being able to do this.
I like the button that toggles the images in the browser.
I think by adding an option to click and expand a single image (with the default being whatever is toggled) would be immensely helpful.
If that isn’t possible is there a shortcut for toggling the shrink button?
Thank you so much for adding such a useful feature to anki.
No it shows up as an option but when the images are shrunk when double clicked nothing happens. Same in reverse. The gear is the only way to change it. I’ve loaded anki with no add ons and the problem still persists.
Those have been renamed to --border-focus and --shadow-focus. Reason being the new Sass map structure / naming scheme, where the thing a color is used for (e.g. border, shadow, canvas, accent etc.) is the parent for multiple variations (e.g. -subtle, -disabled, -faint etc.).