Create Copy of Selected Cards
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Please please please update it !!!
Yesterday neither link would work, then today I disabled my PersonalFirewall,
and both links donwloaded fine. I suspect the " 396494452 " link is all that's necessary --
as the author has included the keyboard shortcut functionality.
Thanks to Kealan for this, and for your YouTube vids.
I have a deck that has two card types and I wish to only copy one of the card types. I selected the desired cards and copied them to a new deck, but when I try to delete the undesired card from my new deck, it wants to delete that card from the original deck too. That's too bad -- cannot copy only one aspect over. I don't want to modify the original source deck...
There two codes referred to in the various discussions but neither seem to work - I am told they are invalid or missing a link. Unfortunate, since I think this would be a great addon.
Copy and paste is a functionality that should be part of Anki, so this add-on is great.
However, for some reason it is missing a shortcut!
Also, it is hard to duplicate a card in the same deck, as you need to type the deck name manually.
If you mistype your target deck, it will just happily create a new one. It should provide some sort of auto-complete functionality to select existing decks.
Great add-on! Only thing missing is a keyboard shortcut for the copy action.
UPDATE: I added the keyboard shortcut (CTRL+C) you can download the add-on here: https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/396494452
Or paste the code into the Anki software:
This doesn't actually do what it says it does. For example, if you have a note that generates 5 cards, you can't copy only 3 of them with this.... that's not how Anki works.
What this does do is create copies of the *notes* that you select in the browser. Anki then creates all the cards for these notes.
This is very useful at times. For example, I like to import my highlights from my kindle as cloze-deletion notes, but sometimes the highlights are very long and I want to break them up into multiple notes. I thought I was going to have to figure out the code for this myself, but then I found this addon.
I made some minor modifications to the code so that the last destination directory I enter persists as the new default the next time I run the function. I also renamed the function to "Clone Note" rather that "Copy Cards".
Very happy with the code.
To make a copy to your current deck... edit, copy cards, then copy paste your current decks name...walah, you have a copy in your current deck.
I was finally able to copy my old deck into a new one.
Anki has a lot of great features and this should have been one of them. You can make a copy to another deck. You can also make a copy to the current deck which is useful for making similar cards.
Great Add-on, but I am having a little problem. I want to make a new deck of only the cards I am having problems remembering in my old deck. Therefore, I “mark” each card that I am having troubles remembering as I’m going through the old deck. I then open up the old deck in the browser and I can see the cards that have been “marked” by me. I select them for this add-on to make a new deck. I start the add-on and type in the new deck name that I want. But the add-on does create a new deck but there are no cards in it. Instead, the add-on puts the cards that have been selected (which were “marked”) for copying into the deck named “Default”.
Does exactly what it says it does. My only reservation is that it does not allow you to (quickly and easily) duplicate a card into the same deck. When you are refactor cards (breaking up "large" cards into smaller ones), it would be helpful to duplicate within the same deck to eliminate the need for excessive copy and paste.
Quite exactly what I need, it saves me many hours of retyping similar cards. One caveat: when a note type is open, it will use the open one, not the one of the original card. Completely minor inconvenience for me, though.
So far no problems, does what it says. A basic feature that really should have been in ANKI anyway...