I’ve just created a new small deck (30 cards), imported from Excel, to test HyperTTS text to voice capabilities.
The cards are shown in the Browser, with Due=“New #nnn…”, Interval="(new)" and Ease= “(new)”.
However no cards are available as “New” in the deck… (No numbers at all are displayed in the Deck list, for that deck)
I’m using Version 2.1.49 (dc80804a), under Windows 10 Pro, v 21H2, OS build 19044.1706.
I’ve been looking for a solution for well over four hours now. All I can get is the “Select everything and click Forget” solution, which I have tried to no avail…
No. It’s a top level deck…
Raising the “New cards/day” in Options to 37 has done the trick. All 30 cards are available as New.
With 30 cards/day 23 New cards are available.
With 10 cards/day only 3 New cards are available.
With 8 cards/day one New card is available.
With 7 or less cards/day no New cards are available.
I had it on 6 cards/day.
However, I do not quite understand the rationale behind this…
Haha, I assumed the new cards / day option was correctly setted and didn’t want to ask something maybe too obvious
Probably, you had tried 7 cards previously, so if you set new cards a day to 7 (or less) there where no new cards to show.
Thanks a lot!
That makes sense now.
The cards are new, but the day is “old” and does not have room for those new cards.
Is there a way to “reset the day”?
I’m testing the deck, the card’s layout, etc… and I do not want that to count as “study”.
I know that I can do that in the Browser, but I am testing in different devices and I want to see the actual output.
You can restore from a backup: Backups - Anki Manual
Thanks a lot Damien.
That will do it.
However, I’ve found that I have to be careful with that route to avoid reverting changes made to the cards.
If you are really doing a lot of work / testing with your notes, often with rollbacks, I would recommend using a version control software such as git.
Thanks for the suggestion.
I use github. I’ll give it try.
I guess that I’ll need to go deeper into the details of all the data structures involved, though.