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Post  CJ on Tue Jun 25, 2013 7:48 pm

I made the mistake of installing iOS 7 Beta 2 on my phone, and now skype won't work. 

So perhaps it's better to use this area for discussion.
You can still send me messages via email, IRC, or LSF, but it could be useful to have a centralized area for feedback, thoughts and possible ideas.
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Post  CheeryMoya on Tue Jun 25, 2013 11:03 pm

I already put these in the DropBox, but I found a bug that's worth looking into. After you finish the lesson, the e/ii flashcard remains on the screen. http://25.media.tumblr.com/ab166456e9c8671ead3fbd2f594c9ac1/tumblr_moyl8jLznn1spn225o1_1280.png.

Other than that, I think you're headed in the right direction. Add pronunciation and character stroke order to make learning easier. Maybe putting the teacher sprite on the screen instead of just a side image would help too so the player can look at something other than the BG.
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Post  CJ on Wed Jun 26, 2013 9:19 am

Corrected the typo.

I wasn't able to recreate the error with the flashcard staying on screen. Are you still getting it?

Made a stroke order example for あ. It's not impressive visually, but I'm aiming for functionality before I try adding any polish.
Would like to add a chart that shows stroke order to the smartphone too as a reference, but that can come later.
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Post  CheeryMoya on Wed Jun 26, 2013 11:48 pm

CJ wrote:I wasn't able to recreate the error with the flashcard staying on screen. Are you still getting it?

I continued the lesson after あ ("We'll move on to the next character now..." and chose "Ok").This is on the June 23 build files, which I have not tampered with. Have any of the other testers received this bug?
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Post  Googaboga on Fri Jun 28, 2013 9:12 am

I ended up getting the bug. It didn't happen before but I played the game again today and the card stayed up in the left corner. I did skip the intro and used the fast forwarding option a few times this time around. I'm not sure if that had some effect. 
http://illiweb.com/fa/pbucket.gif

Also I have been reading through some of the other topics on the site. They are pretty neat. Do you want us testers to keep up with those/comment on them or just stick to the topics about the Alpha?
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Post  CJ on Fri Jun 28, 2013 9:30 am

Ok, I'll take another look tonight.

Also, I'll add a very simple card matching activity. Basically you will have to drag the correct Hiragana flashcard on top of the shown Romaji card. Nothing amazing, but I want to start with easy activities first and work my way up. Plus this activity is working already, I just want to tidy it up a little so it's easier to reuse with other cards.
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Post  CJ on Thu Aug 15, 2013 12:00 am

I've removed the previous activity as it was messy and boring. 
I've replaced it with something simpler, but hopefully a little less boring than the previous activity.
Not only that, but now it is much easier to add new characters and vocab to.

I've also tidied up my code somewhat, as it had become a big jumbled mess, and made it very easy to build 
Sorry, no new study content as such. I think by now you'll know why. But it will come eventually.

Anyway, I've uploaded some distributables in the Hiragana Alpha 2 folder in my dropbox. If you could take a look at the card activity in particular, I'd appreciate it.
The one in Lesson 1 is quite limited as there aren't many words that only use the first 5 Hiragana, but at the end of Lesson 2, it's been expanded a lot more.
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