We’ve just rolled out a new update. You may have to do a hard refresh to ensure you’re getting the latest version.
The big new feature is Table View for parallels.
- Go to a page that lists parallels, such as here.
- Click “table View” in the toolbar
- Et voila! A massive and incomprehensible slab of IDs!
This is a view into the text that is essentially a simplified version of our old parallels tables. It’s mostly for experts who want to quickly skim the parallels or get a birds-eye view of them. The presentation is kept deliberately sparse and dense. It’s the kind of feature that will be useless for 95% of users, and super-great for 5%.
The other user-facing update is that we have improved the font support for the Pali script-changer. Thanks once more to Virtual Vinodh, the creator of the incredible Aksharamukha upon which we rely; Vinodh has been helping us out behind the scenes, as we are no experts in these matters.
We’ve also updated a bunch of our dependencies under the hood, notably we are using the latest version of our main front-end library, lit. It’s awesome!
You can keep track of our work in our Github Projects:
A while ago we started keeping a proper Changelog, here it is.