Troubleshooting: The graph xp that is listed is 10 points off.
I am learning Spanish as a native English speaker.
After I do a lesson. I am told how many points but the graph on the right is 10 points higher than what is told on the left. Not a big thing, but thought you should know.
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OK. It is working great now. Thank you.
I've found a difference of variable points for the last couple of days. The amount on the left appears to be more accurate than the graph.
That is exactly what I see. The graph itself is correct, but the listed xp by the graph is 10 points too high.
I see the opposite - the numbers on the graph are too high, but the numbers on the left appear to be accurate.
I reported that earlier today as a bug, so we'll see when they get to fixing it.
To me it is sort of a bother because I am trying to hit 250 XP per day (not a setting just my personal goal) and I have noticed if I cross over platforms (web based versus "app" based - windows or android) I do not receive the total number of credits accumulated. That makes me have to stay up later and keep going ;)
I try to maintain 250 a day.. Once you get thru the tree a few times in a given language it gets pretty easy to just tick off the points. When I am learning something new 100 is a struggle.. The most I ever did was 1600 in a day.
That is a great idea. It seems like finishing is going to be FOREVER, since I am still not quite halfway--350 points...I had not looked ahead to retaking everything. That is a fantastic idea. Still 1600 points is amazing. Do you go through all of your languages at once or one at a time?
Ha Ha Ha - I have had to learn as I currently live in a Spanish speaking country but (lucky me, I am retired so I usually have time). I got serious over a year ago but then we lost the internet for a couple of days and I had to start over (no smart phone at that time).
Sounds so exotic and exciting. We are traveling to Peru to see Machu Pichu next month--that is my motivation. I thought I would do a lot more but "life happens". :) Oh well, every day a bit better. Best wishes in your studies and congratulations on retiring!
Yep.. started yesterday (June 28th) and continues today... not big deal for those of us who do a few hundred points a day.. but it could be discouraging for people who only do a couple of lessons a day. I am more upset that I can no longer tell my progress in the courses.. I know what level I am on.. but not how many points to the next level. That changed a week or so ago.
I can see my points--that at this moment I have 440 to get to level 20!! Excited even if it is only half way through the course. Sigh..
Sorry. To clarify. It is when you learn a language from more than one target language.. now it lumps all of your points together so there is no way to tell. I already have level 25 is Italian and in English.. and I am now learning English from SPanish and Italian from Spanish.. I can only see that I have 75,000 points in English but I can't tell how many of them are from Spanish and how many are from Italian. I assume that if I just keep working then some day I will get to level 25 in English from Spanish.. but I can't tell how long it will take.
Okay so now Duolingo might actually need to do something - This evening I am going BACKWARDS!!! How can that even happen? I thought it happened last night, too, but I wasn't sure. Tonight it is really happening. 299 + 7 now equals 283 ??? Must be new math ... common core .... something with which I am completely unfamiliar.