I initially found that 仕 is an indicative compound, and 志 some strange compound of 之, but now I found there are also sources that say it’s also a tone mark. I added it to the DB for these two. (志 is still somehow related to 之)
new tone mark 士 -> 仕志
誌 with tone mark 志 is already included (but now it is hierarchical with 士)
Ah, I didn’t realize this was the new beta feature.
Some suggestions and bugs:
I think you should put the new menu option to the right of the vocab. At least then, it wouldn’t insert itself in the middle of the menu where people are used to the items being in a certain order.
Put some whitespace between phonetic component groups. As is, it’s really crowded since the phonetic components, radicals, and kanji are touching both vertically and horizontally. Them touching horizontally makes sense since you do that on the individual kanji pages as well, but I think adding vertical whitespace would help a lot.
Some of the phonetic components are showing the blue for a radical, but it is blank. I assume this occurs when it’s not a radical. (Occurs on kanji pages too)
When hovering over the reading, you are sometimes showing more than one like this なん．だん from 難 (also, I don’t see だん as a reading for this one anywhere else). Did you mean to use ・ instead? For another example, look at 工. (Occur on kanji pages too)
I’m considering to change the layout a bit (see next item), I will experiment with whitespace a bit as well.
The empty blue items are a feature, the list looks quite messy without it. It is also easier to see that there is no WK radical, and all chargrids now start the same: green, blue, and there is also always a kanji now. I’m considering to pack then together in their own chargrid and have the compounds in their own one, this way they can break lines and keep the first three slots free.
3. That makes some sense, but it still feels weird being blank. Maybe there’s some symbol or word you can put there to indicate that there isn’t one. Best thing I can think of is ∅, but that might confuse people who don’t know what it is.
4. That is what I meant, yes. I don’t particularly mind, but it was something I noticed and figured I’d mention it in case it wasn’t intentional.
I think this is a bug. I searched for the kanji 称 and in the similar kanji section, 除 is considered as not learned (even though it’s a lvl 31 kanji and I did learn it). Is it something that I’m not understanding?