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Jorge Wender
2004-08-10, 15:38:48
Wunderbar!
Ben
2004-08-19, 11:27:17
Good site!
Falko Zurell
2004-09-09, 12:36:28
Timo
2004-09-20, 13:20:49
Merveille
2004-09-24, 20:28:08
I just stopped by to say thanks for Pauker, and to share a little hint. I'm using MacOS X and Pauker didn't seem to save its preferences (changing times, recent items). I found that if you quit using the Quit command (command-Q), nothing is saved. Instead, used the File->Exit menu and everything works as expected.

Merveille
Matt
2004-09-28, 09:15:43
I've produced some Japanese-English vocabulary cards from a subset of the well-known Edict dictionary. There are 17,720 cards in files of 500 cards each. The dictionary used was Edictsub, which contains 20,000+ of the most commonly used Japanese words. I deleted about 5000 katakana words to save space. You can grab a zip file from http://eiwawiki.objectis.net/wiki/EdictPaukerCards.

Just in case anyone cares, the cards were produced by converting Edictsub to utf-8, splitting the file into sub files of 500 lines each, and then transforming those files to Pauker format via XSLT. They're not perfectly formatted, but they work.
Marlene
2004-10-08, 06:41:04
Greetings from Canada. Pauker is a fascinating program! I hope you will all experience success with it!
Marlene www.dontlikemyjob.com

Ovidiu
2004-10-21, 21:20:23
great implementation of a very effective brainstorming technique. congrats. and yes, i will use it ^_^
Malina
2004-10-24, 21:42:03
Tom D
2004-12-18, 04:50:13
Awesome program! I'm no pc whiz, but I figured the basics out in a few minutes, and use it for several of my classes. Keep it up!
tatetaes
2004-12-19, 00:14:59
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