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Stackz 07 Test
« on: March 06, 2007, 12:06:10 AM »
Stackz 07 is on its way!

Much of the development has already been done and the test phase has started.

General new features:
 
  • Using the native Windows unicode controls now (Custom controls abandoned, Win9x no longer supported). Editing text of all Windows languages automatically supported. (This has no influence to the files content, only concerns text presentation.)
  • Cut/Copy/Paste entire lessons, also across files.
  • StackEditDialog:
    • Move entries to different stacks
    • Detect duplicate entries in all columns
  • All Window Positions and column widths are persistent across Stackz sessions
  • Change the Attributes (column) Order
  • Improved Skill Management
  • AutoImportLessons: Filenames are automatically used as Lesson Titles

Japanese features:
  • Example Sentences Dialog (Tanaka Corpus)
  • Text Analyze Function improved: now also lists individual kanji which are not part of other search results

Not yet finished new concept:
  • MultiStacks Selection Bar on the right side lists all open stacks (rightmost icon in toolbar)



This screenshot shows the sequence Test -> Sample Sentences -> Analyze -> KanjiInfo.
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Registered members of this board are invited to try, test and comment the latest version of the Stackz Flashcard Organizer in the Member Zone!


« Last Edit: March 06, 2007, 10:15:46 AM by Chris »

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Dockable User Interface
« Reply #1 on: March 28, 2007, 05:14:34 PM »
Stackz 07 is further improving!

The new version will come with a totally new user interface, featuring docking control bars and a number of GUI Themes!



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The development is still in progress, but a first test version will be available soon in the Member Zone!

« Last Edit: March 28, 2007, 05:17:38 PM by Chris »

 

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