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PocketStackz / Problems with Beta 01
« on: January 06, 2008, 01:33:12 PM »

I've been using the new Beta 1 of PocketStackz for some weeks now. In the beginning everthing was fine, however, since last week the programm doesn't save my changes anymore, even if I use the File/Save dialog. I thought it was because I did not have enough free memory, but that is not the problem, because there are 20 MB free.  ???

Whithout the save funktion, however, the programm is useless on my pda, because I have got some 2000 vocabulary words I'm studying....

Best wishes,


PocketStackz / Re: VISTA Support
« on: July 31, 2007, 10:17:38 PM »
Yes, I know. But this doesn't solve my problem - does it? The error message still remains...


PocketStackz / VISTA Support
« on: July 31, 2007, 08:22:14 AM »

I just installed Windows Vista. When trying to install the pocketpc-version of stackz, I get the error message "no activesync found on your pc". Obviously vista does not use activesync anymore. The problem is that I don't have xp anymore and thus cannot install activesync 5. Is there another way to install pocketstackz?




I think this is an excellent idea. When I'm learning Kanji, I use the first column for the kanji, the second for the pronounciation in hiragana or katakana, the third for the german translation, and the last for the example sentence copied form Jim Breen's online dictionary. However, then there is no 5th column for comments left.


What I would really love to see, is a function that utilizes Jim Breen's example sentence database.? So often, when I'm learning vocab with Stackz I want to be able to put the new word into context.? Right now, I do a quick copy and paste from the test dialogue and into the website, but it would be really handy to have a button which did this itself, either stand-alone or integrated online.

One thing about learning vocabulary, it's great but not all that useful unless you have the grammar skill and context understanding to put the word into practice.

This is my suggestion.

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