Makes sense, pretty minor issue. Thanks for the Finished fix though.
I’ve been thinking again about stats… I don’t find the stats page particularly useful right now but I’m not sure what stats I actually want, so need to sit down and consider before lodging a request. I think you mentioned working on an export stats button, is that still in the far-flung future?
I can’t set a blank start date from the data manager page. Clicking the pencil icon causes the entire page to “crash” (popup closes and all content on the page disappears). The basic info version works.
Did just run into a (probably) more common variant of this on another of the shows I was watching which is related to time zones. (Still not that big of a deal, but more common so I thought I’d point it out).
TMDB records its air date with respect to the time zone it aired in which means you frequently have to wait until the next day to record watching something if you don’t live in Asia. Anime air times aggravate this since they frequently air just after midnight (Japan time)
Ah interesting. I think the more immediate fix would just to allow you to mark shows watched one day in the future? The only issue would be that ongoing shows would show as ‘incomplete’ one day before then too… i.e. if only 9 episodes have aired, then the day before the 10th episode, you’d see that you’ve watched 9/10 in your dashboard.
The more complete timezone handling maybe could be an addendum to the timezone ticket we already have.
Either way - if you wouldn’t mind making a product request for the smaller iteration and / or a note on the timezone request, would be greatly appreciated!
@brandon On Patreon, can you create an official tier for what will eventually become the premium account donation tier? Or do you not want to do that until you’re ready for premium? I’m just asking because I was thinking about donating and thought it might be convenient to set it up in a future-proof way instead of having to change it down the line when the premium feature was officially added.
(I guess from your timeline in the other topic in might only be a few months away anyway, but figured I’d ask.)
well, it certainly won’t exceed $5 a month, so if you start a monthly donation at that rate, I’ll roll you over straight into premium.
I don’t really want to make official tiers until I’m ready for it I don’t think, but yes $5 a month will do it
I may grandfather some supporters that are at a slightly lower rate into into premium too, but haven’t figured it all out yet.
Edit: And, as always, just want to mention that all donations are really appreciated!! While I know that I’m not the best / most active Patreon wrt to messaging, your support does really help. Hopefully I’ll be more communicative after premium!
Finished the 두루책방 - Free (series) | L0-20 series, and high teens seems about right for the most difficult books. A handful are at L20, but I’m pretty sure they don’t have any TOPIK 4 grammar, and they don’t include idioms or other things that might make the language difficult. Not a big deal, I’ll leave it up to you whether to bump them down a level.
There’s also ko-fi if you’d prefer to make a one-off donation rather than a recurring subscription. The “buy me a coffee” button is on the learnnatively front page next to the “become a patron” button.
Patreon allows you to close off a tier to not allow future supporters onto it, but maintains the current supporters on it. So as long as those people don’t cancel their support, they can stay at that level. And you can create a new public tier for 5$ (or whatever price).
Does anyone else find it impossible to grade manga against prose (and vice versa)? They’re just too different in format for me to compare them and feel like I’m doing anything near justice to either. On top of that, seeing the manga I have that’s in the 27-29 range and comparing against my novels ranked similarly…I’d consider the “equally” ranked novel easier every time. I’ve been thinking about why that is, but the difference in format is a factor. Prose just flows better. (I’m fully aware this could be a “me/my brain” thing going on here and not representative of the norm.)
I went looking at my gradings this morning and the sheer quantity of skips that were due to manga<->prose comparisons was kind of depressing. Obviously the answer is that I need to read more prose books!