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Stackz - New Feature Requests / Re: Per Learning Test Stats
« on: October 18, 2007, 06:11:34 AM »
Hmm, I hadn't actually considered having different lessons for each learning type. ;)

Will try that.
Thanks again for the reply!

Stackz - New Feature Requests / Per Learning Test Stats
« on: October 17, 2007, 02:15:16 AM »
One thing that has always irked me a little about the Stackz system is that the test stats are pre card, not per test type.

So, let's say I learn my Kanji Readings for a lesson file perfectly, and then decide to do the opposite, learning the English from the Japanese kanji. All the cards are still at their completely known positions, even though I might not know any of the words. I can reset the test stats to their default, but then I lose all my Kanji Reading test information.

I realize that it would be a huge overhaul to the way that the card lists are organized, but is something like this possible? It would be really nice to have seperate test stats for seperate test types.

Thanks again.

PocketStackz / Re: PocketStackz 2007 Beta is available
« on: October 17, 2007, 01:59:57 AM »
I love the new version of PocketStackz. The lack of coloring during testing was really the only thing that I disliked about the last version. Glad to see it added! =)

I did notice a bug, however, and would like to make a request:
The "XXXX cards left" text on the flashcard page is right aligned, not left aligned, so that when the number of cards exceeds 999 (I generally test 1600+ cards at a time) the text gets cut off on the right.

Also, it would be nice to be able to see the stats of each card during the testing, like is available on the PC version. For example, showing the number of successes / failures, the days since last review, etc. It keeps me more aware of my knowledge of the cards than just the colors (which can change as you go through a stack).

Thanks again for a wonderful program!

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