空く patterns of use

Just noticed that on the 空くpage, what should be 「空いた + noun」shows as “Past Form + noun”, which, if I’m not mistaken, is an oversight that I thought might be worth reporting here.
https://www.wanikani.com/vocabulary/空く

Maybe a screenshot of the issue might be helpful? I am seeing 空いた + [various nouns] in the examples under patterns of use, which seems to match the name of the pattern as 空いた is indeed the past form of 空く. Am I misunderstanding something? Is it more common on WK to write such patterns as ‘空いた + noun’, for example?

EDIT: Ah, I see. So yes.

Looks like I mistakenly forgot to add “+ noun” after 空いた in my post, and perhaps I was a bit ambiguous about I was talking about there.
To be clear, I’m not reporting an issue with any of the content, more the formatting (i.e., I thought it was a bit strange that it is simply listed as ‘past form’ rather than what the past form actually is) and the fact that writing it as ‘past form’ feels a bit inconsistent with everywhere else.

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It does seem more helpful to provide the past form (i.e. 空いた) directly, yes, and it’s true that right next to that, on the next tab, there is 〜が空く.

Maybe we should tag some of the WK staff? @Mods, is there any chance this could be looked into?

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Thanks for the tag–we’ll take a look!

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Thank you!