Projects / KSalomon


KSalomon is a vocabulary trainer for KDE. It is based on the "Leitner Learning System"; a card index box in which you can drop several vocabulary files. Words you know can be moved into folders where they won't be tested very often, and the words you forget will be tested more regularly. It features the ability to record/play sounds for the words, different fonts for various languages, the ability to add pictures to the words, the ability to have several possible correct answers, and configurable key bindings for special chars.

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Recent releases

  •  05 Sep 2004 04:28

    Release Notes: This release features bugfixes and LaTeX support for things such as mathematic expressions.

    •  23 Jun 2004 00:49

      Release Notes: Pictures can now be added to the words. This helps memorizing words, or can be used to learn. The kvtml file format is now supported, and there are already many files available. There can now be several possible correct answers. Many smaller improvements have been implemented.

      •  11 Apr 2004 23:38

        Release Notes: Because some people reported troubles with compiling KSalomon, the Makefiles have been rewritten. A package for Debian/Sid has been created.

        •  07 Apr 2004 00:35

          Release Notes: KSalomon has reached a stage which can be named beta. The user interface has been improved, and a few other features like a charmap for entering special chars with the mouse are implemented now.

          •  19 Mar 2004 19:02

            Release Notes: This version fixes a stupid bug which hid all user menus in 0.1.1-alpha (due to an absolute path, KDE couldn't find the interface file, ksalomonui.rc).


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