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New Reference Organization

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Hello all!

I just wanted to let you know that I have been listening to/reading your comments about "useful links" and "hard to find reference articles." I had the reference page re-routed to go to the Reference Categories page to make things a little cleaner. From there, you can choose the correct category and click on any link you like. Hopefully, this makes things more organized and easier to find. I also added a new category "Technical Support" (I think it could use a nicer name, but I wasn't feeling super creative) where you can find articles and links to forum posts about how to get around SpanishDict and troubleshoot problems with your computer.

If you post a new reference article, make sure you also add the link to it in the appropriate category or no one will be able to find it.

I hope you enjoy the new and improved Reference section! If you have any additional links you would like included, please let me know and I will add it for you if you do not have enough reputation to do so yourself.

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updated NOV 26, 2009
posted by Paralee
Wow, what a nice improvement. Thank you! - Goyo, OCT 9, 2009
Fantastic, Paralee! Much more convenient. Thank you! - Valerie, OCT 9, 2009

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Paralee,

I love the way you have reorganized things. I think it will make navigating around the reference section much easier.

Also, I think "Technical Support" is the best name for that category. I think that title is what most people would think of first when searching for problems related to the site or their computers.

Thanks for all you do!!

Nicole B.

updated NOV 20, 2009
posted by Nicole-B
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I had the same doubt about Lazarus's articles, some of the just incredibly useful.

Paralee added all of them in the correct category, so ser y estar is under "others", the pronounciation one under "pronounciation" etc.

We can also find Quentin¡s article about creating Flashcards easily.

updated OCT 10, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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Is this the one you mean, Marianne? http://www.spanishdict.com/answers/100209/spanish-alphabet-how-do-letters-sound

Go to the reference section (I followed Paralee's link above) and look under "pronunciation". smile

updated OCT 9, 2009
posted by Valerie
That's it, Valerie, thanks so much! - --Mariana--, OCT 9, 2009
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Can you tell me where I can find "How to pronounce Spanish Letters?" I refer this article a lot to new people wondering how "b" and "v" sound.

Thanks for the nice organization!

updated OCT 9, 2009
posted by --Mariana--
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Well, I almost had a heart attack!!! confused big surprise gulp grrr ohh

I saw all the reference articles I had posted (by Lazarus) had suddenly disappeared! downer downer downer downer

Puffffffffff, menos mal que Paralee me ha escrito en seguida...smilesmilesmile

Ha quedado mejor , ¿verdad?

We hope you like it, I am sorry I had no part in it, jejeje.

updated OCT 9, 2009
posted by 00494d19
We have to hold on to those Lazarus articles!!! - Nicole-B, OCT 9, 2009
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Gracias por este sitio marvilloso.

updated OCT 9, 2009
posted by BellaMargarita
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