Formatting issue in context sentences for "晴れ"

The context sentences are on the next line even though there’s plenty of space to fit them on the same row.

They’ve always looked that way? :eyes: And it makes clear that there are different contexts that are not to be confused. Am I missing something?

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Other vocab items have the examples to the right of the pattern selection buttons rather than underneath.

Gonna posit that the length of “a person’s appearance during an important formal occasion, a person’s appearance during a moment of triumph” has pushed out the width of the text box, so it’s wrapping the whole thing down, rather than just having that specific text wrap onto another line.


My visual memory might be getting interference from reading Jisho’s context sentences for clarification for sure, that’s possible! :slight_smile:

In this case, I still feel like it makes sense to keep them apart. :woman_shrugging:

Or is it a browser issue?? That is also a possibility. I can’t say I remember ever seeing context sentences after each other on WK. that’s why I initially made that comment. :thinking:

I might be wrong but I think you are talking about something different? As you say, the English translations are always underneath the Japanese, but I believe OP is talking about the fact that all the context sentences are below rather than next to 晴れの〜 like in my screenshot.

If that is the case, you simply need to resize your browser window and they’ll move back to the right.

Having said that, we probably don’t need to repeat “a person’s appearance during” twice so I’ll ask if we can change it.


I think you just nailed it! I was thinking of the patterns of use and common word combinations! :slight_smile: Thanks for clearing that up!

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Are you offering to buy me a wider monitor? :stuck_out_tongue:

Ah sorry! :sweat_smile:

I’m on a pretty small screen so wrongly assumed anyone else would have a larger one. We’re looking at maybe changing the sentences though so that the formatting issue doesn’t appear for anyone.