I've updated the bug report https://github.com/mvysny/aedict/issues/504
with the words you sent me - good find, thank you!
However, the thing is that Aedict currently limits the results to top
200 results (for performance results). So it would be tricky to bend the
search to show all JLPT words. However, that may not be necessary now
since you have the CSV files?
Anyway, let me fix the JLPT tagging algorithm by using your CSV files as
the source of data.
On 11.12.2018 2.23, Joey Payne wrote:
> Hi, sorry for the late reply, I've been busy lately.
> The source is skritter.com
>. Not sure if you're
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