If Jpod changed it on purpose, I would have thought they would work with WWWJDIC so as not to break that. I guess we'll need to see what WWWJDIC does.
I think the URLs with the numbers have been in use for a while, in addition to the kanji/kana ones.
Someone bulk-downloaded the audio a few years back and shared it around. I wonder if it's practical to do something with that. You wouldn't be able to ship it with Yomichan because of copyright (and it's 1.6G).
Probably wait and see for a while anyway. It could still be an accident.
Is sourcing the audio from a 3rd party like Forvo or Jisho be a viable option?
Sucks to lose the audio support as it immensely helped with pronunciation.
Anyway, hope it's fixed soon~
Feature ask (maybe it's been asked before): Is it possible to have an option for the selected word in a sentence to be added to Anki with the trigger word bolded? E.g., in the sentence:
- if I hover over 気色ばんだ and then add 気色ばむ to Anki, I'd like the sentence to include bolding around 気色ばんだ。
This is something I do manually in my deck right now and find very useful, esp. since I've moved the sentence to the front of my cards. It helps me focus on the area of the sentence containing the vocab item I care about.
Thank you, FooSoft! Now it works as expected on Firefox too! (for some reason -maybe I'm at fault, I don't know- version 1.1.6, even after removing yomichan, restarting firefox, reinstalling the extension and restarting firefox again, showed as "1.1.0" on the extension's options pane, and some elements weren't present -namely popup size options and the back button in the kanji dict-). Also, this time reinstalling didn't break my settings ;-)
Working great today, thanks!
New release 1.1.8:
* Fixed some lingering issues with audio playback.
* Hotkeys added for most actions (mouse over buttons to see them).
For example, Alt + Insert opens search page, Alt + Delete toggles extension, then you also have lots of hotkeys on the actual definitions page...
The popup window window gets focus now (it has to in order for the shortcuts within it to work).
An indicator icon for on/off status will work in Firefox as well, so I will probably add that in.
Definitely don't want to do a toggle -- that would be confusing. A hotkey might work, don't know about Ctrl + C though.
Why are you searching for things in Anki btw?