Can someone give instructions on how to either:Cool - somebody should add these to CC-CEDICT (since Wikipedia is CC-BY-SA, we can't add it to PLC verbatim, but CC is similarly licensed and so can freely add it)
2. Looks like CC-CEDICT has a web interface to accept changes:Can someone give instructions on how to either:
1. Re-compile this txt file into PQB format so I can import to PLECO as a dictionary? OR:
2. How to add this into CC-CEDICT dictionary manually... if at all possible?
My original `colors.txt' and agewisdom's `Colour.pqb' both work correctly on Pleco 3.2.61 for Android.[/QUOTE said:Peter, I've taken the liberty of adding your flashcard to my summary post for beginners both here and at Chinese Forum. Just to let you know. Full credits to you.
Actually in this particular case 4.0 may make things worse - we're currently doing rich text in 4.0 flashcards / user dictionary entries in Markdown, which doesn't have official support for colors at all. If colors are supported they may be only as tone colors through ruby tagging, i.e. you attach a particular pinyin string to a particular span of Chinese characters and then that'll display according to your settings (which might include not actually showing the pinyin at all but only the tone colors), possibly along with a few specific theme colors like grayed-out / highlighted / etc.Yes, I know the need for this will all go away with v4, but until v4 arrives - I'd like to have something to look at until then.
Which Markdown dialect are you using? Might I suggest looking at CommonMark if it's not too late?we're currently doing rich text in 4.0 flashcards / user dictionary entries in Markdown, which doesn't have official support for colors at all
Me too. I wish I hadn't though... cos we might be liable to wait another year for it to come out...That all sounds like very sensible design decisions.
Did I mention that I can't wait for v4 and that I'm really looking forward to the new features?