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Hello I have created 4 sets of flashcards in the past few weeks and have had problems with ever one.

The problem is that one end of the cards move down so the english and spanish words do not match.

I've kept the last 2 sets

Spanish made simple

I copied and pasted both sides the classes vocabulary list to spanish dict

and

second list

This second set I used the little green button which translated the words I used to spanish.

Interestingly enough even on the set that I had SpanishDict do the translation itself the cards still ended up being one off with unmatched english and spanish words.

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updated ENE 13, 2010
edited by 00494d19
posted by shawn5
hello, I have created three vocabularly lists since my last posts. Two shorter lists were fine. The third a longer list had the same problems as before. So I am thinking the problem is just happening with the longer lists. Just thought you'd want to know. - shawn5, ENE 13, 2010

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Thank you for the reply

I have used firefox on these so let me switch to another browser and try it again.

Here is some more info

Before the problem on the first set I saved for you started I got weird errors saying that I was missing words but the space to put in the english or spanish side was then missing from that side. I'll copy the error next time I see it.

The first set here worked great for a few days and then I went back and did some edits and that is when everything went one off.

updated ENE 7, 2010
posted by shawn5
hmmm, if you see the error, please copy it for us to see. No idea, ....I work with firefox and crome...but it has never happened so far - 00494d19, ENE 7, 2010
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jeje, DJ, good catch, even though no surprise to me at allraspberry

Shawn, I am sorry to say we have no news for you. I have been creating new flashcards all along the holidays and I have not had this problem once. we really can't tell, what is happening here. I hope somebody else may come up with the same problem.

updated ENE 7, 2010
posted by 00494d19
Ok I can't take it any long what does jeje mean?????? - Drakus_Fett, ENE 7, 2010
jejejeje--------laughing in Spanish - 00494d19, ENE 7, 2010
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Hi shawn, annoying, this has never happened before, so I am amazed. May be a browser issue?

May be the lengths of the set have something to do with this. Have you had the same problem with shorter lists?

I can see the second list is not that long. Hmmm, I am reporting this, let's see if this is a glitch or just a momentary problem.

thankssmile

updated ENE 7, 2010
edited by DJ_Huero
posted by 00494d19
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