0.04MB. Updated 2022-04-11.
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Supported Anki versions:
- 2.1.41-2.1.49 (Updated 2021-12-23)
- 2.1.50+ (Updated 2022-04-11)
To download this add-on, please copy and paste the following code
into Anki 2.1:
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your computer, go to the
Tools menu and then Add-ons>Browse & Install to paste in
All Anki 2.1.x
How can I make bold text?
<b>Happy</b> is not working..
<b> -> &lt;b&qt; ??
very nice addon
Extremely valuable, should be standard.
Works very well, the sample note has most of the configuration needed and makes it easier to get up and running.
Looks great! However, it doesn't seem to work with 'Edit Field During Review (Cloze)' for anyone wondering - which was to be expected, I guess?
Not sure where to submit bug reports:
if you remove an existing tooltip in editor (via the red x-button on the tooltip) from a word that had text formatting applied to it, the HTML tags will be inserted into the note, eg <b>tooltip</b>
Thanks for the report! There's a forum topic for official support, which you can access with "Contact Author" (top right of the page).
I'm planning to update the add-on to support HTML formatting soon. I'll probably find the cause of this bug once I got the time to work on the add-on again.
Works perfectly on newer versions of anki. Incredibly useful.
You know what, I'll say it, this must be my most lowkey power tool in terms of reviewing for the boards. - the board in itself is not just memorizing facts, its also analyzing the question and its structure. sometimes the questions are phrased in such a way that it's difficult to identify what they're actually asking. this tool allows practice exactly that- analyzing questions and take note of their structure during the review. kudos to the author. I hope you continue sharing your tools with us.
Awesome add-on. No more need for tons of extra fields.
Perfect for explaining new words in sentences or showing the names of unusual math characters (for new learners).