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持って coming up in dictionary as 持久 #520

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boku0801 opened this Issue Jun 13, 2015 · 3 comments

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boku0801 commented Jun 13, 2015

When I attempted to copy a phase into the search, the word 持って appears as jikyuu (持久). I copied and pasted twice and it happened both times. This is the sentence I pasted into the search: 御使いとは、人格を持った霊的存在です。彼らは知性、感情、意志を持っています
When I attempted to search for 持って as a lone search (not pasting the phrase), this did not occur; it would bring up different iterations of 持つ...

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mvysny Jun 15, 2015

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Thanks for letting me know, I'll look into this and I'll post more.

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mvysny commented Jun 15, 2015

Thanks for letting me know, I'll look into this and I'll post more.

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Thanks, one of the machine deinflection of 持っています is 持u which matched 持久 (because of mixed kana and kanji searches - e.g. search for 見ため will also find 見た目). Fixed, now correctly resolves to 持つ

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mvysny commented Jun 15, 2015

Thanks, one of the machine deinflection of 持っています is 持u which matched 持久 (because of mixed kana and kanji searches - e.g. search for 見ため will also find 見た目). Fixed, now correctly resolves to 持つ

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mvysny Jun 18, 2015

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Fixed in 3.26

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mvysny commented Jun 18, 2015

Fixed in 3.26

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