kdrill helps people learn Japanese 'Kanji' characters. Its includes a multiple-choice Kanji quiz program that helps people learn Japanese characters with different guess formats and history options. It also has a suite of dictionary lookup functions. Words can be found using a variety of methods including Romaji, SKIP, four-corner, cut-n-paste, radical lookup, and English search.
|Tags||education Computer Aided Instruction (CAI) Text Processing Linguistic|
|Operating Systems||Unix POSIX Mac OS X Solaris Linux BSD|
At very long last, MacOS x86 binaries are now available for kdrill. Please see the main kdrill page at bolthole.com for details. Additionally, I updated the docs on the options web page, to document some of the keyboard accelerators
Release Notes: This release fixes cut-n-paste to work with the latest Mozilla/Firefox format. There are misc. overflow patches.
Release Notes: This release fixes the radical search window, and fixes resize to work better. The multi-search-result window works better. There are miscellaneous bugfixes.
Release Notes: The search window display has been tweaked a bit.
Release Notes: This version adds special middle-button click to the search results that splits up a multi-Kanji string into individual Kanji in the multi display popup. There are fixes to the 'radical' table.
Release Notes: This version adds a "Radical search" method as an easy method of looking up Kanji chars.