Release Notes: The sync protocol has changed in this version, so make sure you update both the client and the server at the same time. A quick-and-dirty Android client is available, where you can do reviews in your mobile browser using a Web server that runs on your Android device. This client has full support for the syncing protocol. The functionality of mnemosyne-webserver has now been merged into the main program, and can be activated through 'Configure Mnemosyne - servers'. There are many speedups and fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a menu option to detect duplicates in the database. It makes the cramming scheduler more configurable. Cards can now be studied in random order, earliest first, latest first, or most lapses first. You have the option of whether to save the scheduler state or not when exiting the program. The way the tag field is pre-filled for new cards is changed. By default, the last used tag is used, regardless of card type. If you want the pre-2.2 behavior, where the last used tag is remembered per card type, there is a bundled plugin you can activate.
Release Notes: This release implemented a new import/export format for sharing cards, which also bundles the media files. Importing an updated version of the same exported cards is supported, so that authors can release updated versions of their cards fixing e.g. spelling mistakes. Text export with tab-separated values was added. You can now specify more than one tag to add during import. In 'edit cards', a warning is no longer displayed about discarding changes if you did not make any. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes an occasional hang during review. In cloze card types, you can now provide hints, e.g. [cloze:hint] will show [hint] in the question as opposed to [...]. It adds a Sentence card type plugin. It fixes a bug where the wrong clone would be renamed. It fixes an issue in Activate cards where a set without a name and a saved set would interfere. The dialog where you name saved sets is now a combo box. Before merging cards, more information is presented on the data that is already in the database. The Web server now supports the -d option to specify the data directory. Many more fixes.
Release Notes: The program was completely rewritten.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Tim Bourke's Mnemogogo plugin, which enables you to review cards on Java-based phones. It fixes a rare hang in preprocessing paths. It removes the hidden limit on grade 1 cards. It has new and updated translations.
Release Notes: Vice versa cards now always start with grade 0. Problems with missing locales under some Unix systems were fixed. A hang that occurred when using the Spanish translation was fixed. Danish and Esperanto translations were added and the Japanese translation was updated.
Release Notes: Support for Unicode in filenames and directories was improved. Compression of backups has been reverted from gz to bz2 again to circumvent a bug under Windows with Unicode directory names. There is a plugin to always shuffle the revision queue for users who want to override the prioritized scheduling introduced in 1.1. The sound system is only opened when needed in order to save CPU time. Upgrading from old Mnemosyne versions was made more robust. A Norwegian translation was added.
Release Notes: The "learn new cards in random order" problem for imported cards was fixed. Detection of relative paths under Windows was fixed. The Czech and Japanese translations were updated.