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  • RE: Chinese translations don't work for all YT videos

    @coolknight

    Hi, unfortunately it only supports the captions youtube already has. So the second video you mentioned doesn't have any captions on youtube itself. So I can't generate captions for you, at least not yet.

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    posted in Feedback
  • ChatGPT with image
    {
        "dictName": "ChatGPT with image",
        "chatgptPrompt": "If possible draw me an image first to best describe the word \"<word>\"<language>, then give me full definitions of the word, try to include IPA, definitions with examples, etymology, conjugations, related words with some explanations, and in a pretty output with formatting like bold, italics etc. As I am a language learner.",
        "chatgptPromptWithContext": "If possible draw me an image first to best describe the word \"<word>\"<language>, which is used in the context \"<sentence>\", then give me full definitions of the word, try to include IPA, definitions with examples, etymology, conjugations, related words with some explanations, and in a pretty output with formatting like bold, italics etc. As I am a language learner.",
        "windowUrl": "https://chatgpt.com",
        "css": "body {margin-top: 50px !important;}",
        "inputSelector": "main form textarea",
        "submitButtonSelector": "main form button.mb-1"
    }
    

    The result seems much better with ChatGPT4 than ChatGPT4o. Give it a try.

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    posted in Dictionariez Trove chatgpt multilingual
  • RE: ChatGPT definitions

    Just found that OpenAI has changed the domain name for ChatGPT from chat.openai.com to chatgpt.com.
    The previous desc for this dict was broken. But luckily it can be easily fixed. So just add the dict again by clicking on the "Add to Dictionariez" on the top of this page.

    posted in Dictionariez Trove
  • A Plan for the development of Dictionariez, your input is needed!

    Over the past few weeks, I have been busy upgrading our community website pnlpal.dev to make it better host dictionaries and other learning resources. Than last week I have also started the challenging task of refactoring Dictionariez to meet Google's new Manifest V3 standards. It turns out to be a ton of hell work.

    It made me realize that it's been quite a while since I have added any major new features to Dictionariez. Most of the updates have been just bugfixes, and the progress has been painstakingly slow. A big reason for this is the lack of incentives. I did receive some generous donations from a few of our amazing users, and I deeply appreciate the coffees, but it hasn't been enough to make a significant difference in the prospect of the project or my personal life.

    Working on Dictionariez is something I love, but keeping an open-source project going requires more than just passion—it needs resources and time. Seeing the potential of Dictionariez and hearing your requests for new functionalities has been quite motivating but also a bit frustrating. I know there’s so much more I can do to make Dictionariez better. Balancing daily life with the desire to improve Dictionariez has been tough though. It's more and more clear to me that while the love for Dictionariez is strong, a more structured incentive could really help make some of these great ideas happen.

    So here is the Plan:

    To speed things up and better integrate into the software market, I’m excited to announce the launch of a pro version of Dictionariez.

    Of course the basic features of Dictionariez will stay free. The pro version will include some awesome enhancements that won’t interfere with the daily workflow of the basic version but will offer advanced features for power users. Some of these enhancements have been on our GitHub issues list for years, and many of you have requested them via Telegram, Discord, and even personal emails. Imagine how cool it would be to make these ideas a reality! Here are a few examples that could be included in the pro version:

    • Advanced text parsers for languages like CJK
    • Sentence translation capabilities
    • Customizable Anki fields
    • Mobile version
    • Cloud-based word synchronization
    • PDF lookup functionality

    These features will take a lot of time and effort, but they’ll be super beneficial and I’m sure many of you will love them.

    Your Opinion Matters:

    I need your feedback to make this happen. Do you support the idea of a pro version? How much would you be willing to pay for it, and in what ways could you support its development? I’m thinking about a subscription model, like many other software services out there. Let me ask you straightly.

    Would you be willing to pay the equivalent of 1, 2, or 3 cups of coffee per month for Dictionariez Pro? What specific features would you like to see included?

    Please share your thoughts in the comments. Your feedback is invaluable in shaping the future of Dictionariez.

    Thank you for your continued support!

    posted in Crafting dictionariez pro development
  • RE: HELP: More Dictionaries needed!

    @Akbar-Zahiri
    A lot of good works that you have done.
    Yeah, it's very valuable to talk about job seeking skills. I also had urges to share those too. Interesting to see you are following the tech trend using ChatGPT to enhance those skills!
    Keep on the good flow!

    posted in Dictionariez Trove
  • RE: HELP: More Dictionaries needed!

    @Akbar-Zahiri

    Please continue to make more videos like this, it helps developers and learners like me. And have fun in the meantime.

    posted in Dictionariez Trove
  • RE: HELP: More Dictionaries needed!

    @Akbar-Zahiri

    It's amazing. Thank you sir. You have done what I always wanted to do. Kudos to you!

    posted in Dictionariez Trove
  • Lingea EN-SK
    {
      "dictName": "Lingea EN-SK",
      "windowUrl": "https://slovniky.lingea.sk/anglicko-slovensky/<word>",
      "css": "#maindiv-right, #col-left, .navbar, .f2 {display: none !important;}"
    }
    
    posted in Dictionariez Trove lingea english slovensky
  • Cambridge English–Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary
    {
          "dictName": "Cambridge (EN-ZH)",
          "windowUrl": "https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english-chinese-traditional/<word>",
          "css": "#header, #ad_topslot_a {display: none}"
    }
    
    posted in Dictionariez Trove english cambridge chinese
  • 2023, in 7 minutes - by vox

    2023 was dominated by a few big stories: climate change making everything hotter; the Israel-Hamas war; blockbuster movies and concert tours. And during all the massive global shifts, celebrations, and devastation — life happened. Watch this video to remember the major events from this turbulent year.

    Read more about this year on Vox.com.

    Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com.

    posted in Captionz Trove vox english