In terms of functions such as managing and sharing content make it so that teachers can recommend it to their students, use to add content for their sts, etc. I will post a video on YT explaining what I mean in more detail in the next few days.1 vote
I’m looking forward to your YouTube video to understand exactly what features you would like to see.
I remember I once used the scroll option, but now I don't see it. I prefer to scroll.1 vote
Sorry, I removed this for now because it didn’t seem polished enough, e.g.:
- The setting wasn’t remembered like the other formatting options
- Possible confusion when it’s not available for longer texts (with long texts, scrolling through the entire text causes the browser to slow down and struggle)
I’ll work on it a bit more and put it back. I may even may it the default option for shorter texts.
The audio for Portuguese is different from Google Translate, and sometimes mispronounces, eg., ç is pronounced as /k/. The quality in G Translate is better: slower, brigher and clearer.1 vote
I’m using the Microsoft Translate Speech API for this, which is actually better for Spanish pronunciation than Google Translate IMO. It’s a shame the Portugese isn’t so good.
Unfortunately Google don’t provide an official API to allow other developers to use their text-to-speech service. I could look into other services. but I’m not prioritizing this for the time being.
Thanks. Currently all articles are plain text only.
Long term I’d like to include HTML markup to make things look prettier with headings, images, etc. But at the moment this isn’t a high priority to be honest.
Editing existing documents in plain text is more likely to happen in the short term.
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