Mnemosyne for Linux 2.7.3 freeware
The Mnemosyne software resembles a traditional flash-card program to help you memorise question/answer pairs, but with an important twist: it uses a sophisticated algorithm to schedule the best time for a card to come up for review. Difficult cards that you tend to forget quickly will be scheduled more often, while Mnemosyne won't waste your time on things you remember well. ...
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|2.7.3||Nov 24, 2020||New Release||Make tag completion case insensitive (requested by Daniel Schmidt).
Add keyboard shortcuts for Google translate and text-to-speech.
Don't forget to update whether or not a card is active when bulk adding/removing tags in the card browser.
Don't crash when saving text-to-speech containing linebreaks.
Fix corner cases of scheduled counter not updating when learning ahead of schedule and switching between saved sets (bug reported by girlsim).
More robust importing under Linux.
|2.7.2||Jul 10, 2020||New Release||Wrap tag string so that it no longer stretches the application window
Don't crash when using saved sets containing over 1000 tags (reported by abacus)
Android: don't crash when trying to star a card when no card is showing
Improve robustness of Windows sync server
Enabled Icelandic text-to-speech
More robust detection of Latex on OSX (patch by Devin Howard)
Exposed more functionality of libmnemosyne to scripting programs
Update example plugin to change keyboard shortcuts (requested by Garrison Taylor)
Upgraded to PyQt 5150, matplotlib 322
|2.7.1||Feb 21, 2020||New Release||Improved Google Translate results
Fixed a regression in the sync protocol when Mnemosyne had warned about learning too many new cards
Improved support for OpenGL emulation libraries on older hardware
No longer give a Matplotlib warning when plotting statistics