Release Notes: OpenCards is now fully localized to Japanese and Simplified Chinese. Slide rendering has been significantly improved. A bunch of stability problems have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds drag-and-drop support for .ppt files into OpenCards, improves the integration of the last-minute learning mode, has a better visualization of new cards in the schedule preview, allows you to open slides in the system's .ppt editor from the learning view, and implements some usability and performance improvements.
Release Notes: This release has been rebuilt to use PowerPoint (ppt) files as flashcard sets. Binary bundles are available for Mac OS, Windows, and Linux. It bundles several example flashcard sets, has a new update notification system, and is much faster and more stable.
Release Notes: Improved OpenOffice3 integration. Besides that, only some minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Automatic guessing of character encoding was implemented to ease the import of CSV flash cards. A real PDF manual was started. Another learning mode, which includes all new flash cards, was added. Flash cards can now be configured while being in a learning session.
Release Notes: OpenCards was translated to Portuguese, Greek, and Italian. Automatic slide-pane hiding during learning was implemented. The artwork was improved by adding a new fresh icon for long term memorization.
Release Notes: Linux compatibility was improved. Automatic detection of imported card files was implemented. OpenCards was fully localized to French and Spanish. Odp-embedded OpenCards data becomes compressed to speed up loading. The overall usability was improved by smoothing dialogs and UI strings.
Release Notes: This releases includes a much better tuned flashcard scheduling algorithm, adds a new mode that allows you to refresh non-scheduled flashcards, improves learning success visualization, and adds a better keyboard control interface. It fixes several usability and stability bugs, and comes with a new logo.
Release Notes: This release integrates OpenCards into the context menu of the Impress slide-pane, which allows you to configure single flashcards. OpenCards now monitors flashcard directories for uncategorized flashcard files. It is now possible to specify the desired retention level.
Release Notes: This release comes with new icons for the context menu of file-view in the long term memorization manager, a new menu entry that links to the OpenCards flashcards repository, a resizeable preferences dialog, auto-selection of the user interface language, an optimized scheduling algorithm, and many bugfixes.