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Limit New Cards to Less Than One

<10kB. Updated 2017-08-07. Only supports Anki 2.0.
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Description

Allows you to restrict the number of new cards for specific decks to less than one per day. CONFIGURATION Please edit the configuration section at the top of the source code to define the card limits. The syntax for setting up limits for a specific deck is as follows: deck_limits = { u"My deck name": 3 } where "3" corresponds to one new card every three days. These settings will only apply to decks that have their new card limit set to "1" within Anki, so please make sure to do so before using this add-on. COMPATIBILITY This add-on has only been tested with Anki's stable release branch (2.0.x ≥ 2.0.30). The 2.1 beta branch is probably not supported at this point in time. SUPPORTED PLATFORMS Like all add-ons that modify scheduling this add-on will only work on the desktop releases. CHANGELOG 2017-08-06 – Update license 2017-04-11 – Initial release SUPPORT Please do not report issues or bugs in the review section below, as I will not be able to reply to them nor help you. Instead, please report all issues you encounter either on GitHub, or by posting a new thread on the Anki add-on support forums while mentioning the name of the affected add-on in your thread title. CREDITS AND LICENSE Copyright © 2017 Glutanimate This add-on was commissioned by a fellow Anki user who would like to remain anonymous. All credit for the original idea goes to them. Licensed under the GNU AGPL v3. The code for this add-on is available on GitHub.

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on 1578061317
Awesome!

[on the top of the page there is still written "for Anki 2.0 only". The "compatibility" section of the description says something similar.
Also (2.0 version): Anki kept saying there was a problem with my syntax until I put a comma after the '7' of the second given example. There is no comma either in the syntax model presented on the download page.
Hope this helps!]
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I have wanted something like this for YEARS!! Thank you!
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