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Kannasaver

   1.2.1  

KDE Screensaver

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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  11426
Submitted:  Oct 7 2004
Updated:  Apr 12 2011

Description:

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Version 1.2 for KDE 4 has arrived!
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Kannasaver is a screensaver for people who want to learn Japanese. The idea is that by randomly showing Hiragana or Katakana together with the Romaji transcript, they start to stick to your memory after a while.
Kannasaver was inspired by a windows screensaver that does exactly the same, which is available from www.thejapanesepage.com for free.

Dependencies: Other than KDE 4.x, you need to have soft-scalable (truetype) fonts that contain the Japanese characters. Search for the Mika-Chan font set if anything else fails.




Changelog:

Changes in 1.2.1 (2011-04-11)
* Fix issue where desktop file was installed with executable flag set.


2011-04-05: New tarball uploaded that fixes wrong paths. Sorry for the trouble.

Changes in 1.2 (2011-02-06):
* Port to KDE 4.
* Port to KConfigXT,
* Background and foreground colors are configurable now

Many changes due to KDE3 -> KDE4 porting efforts went into 1.2.
Kannasaver was also moved to the KDE infrastructure for development.


* Mon Jan 15 2007 - Mathias Homann
- kannasaver is now hosted on sourceforge
* Sat Oct 29 2005 - Mathias Homann
- michael fellinger made a debian package for kubuntu
* Sun Oct 09 2005 - Mathias Homann
- a few composite katakana were wrong; corrected.
* Mo Jan 03 2005 - Mathias Homann
- font configurable
- mode configurable
- mix between hiragana and katakana is possible




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 me dumb.

 
 by lemmy04 on: Oct 7 2004
 
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me make bad link to source code.
me fix now.


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 btw...

 
 by lemmy04 on: Oct 7 2004
 
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I have an additional install source for yast2, it contains some useful stuff for suse 9.1.

go to yast2, "change installation source", add a FTP source. server is ftp.eregion.de and path on server is /pub/SuSE91

After that, you'll find an extra selection named "eregion extra stuff" in yast2 software selection. feel free to peruse it.


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 Re: btw...

 
 by lemmy04 on: Oct 18 2004
 
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for reasons not connected to this project, the said installation source is temporarily down.


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 me even more dumb

 
 by lemmy04 on: Oct 7 2004
 
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you absolutely have to configure the sources with --disable-debug, otherwise all you get is the message that it cannot find suitable fonts. leftovers from implementing that message. shall fix that ASAP and upload the modified source (most likely this evening).


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 feedback please.

 
 by lemmy04 on: Oct 7 2004
 
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ok, the debug code is gone. now, if you configure it with --enable-debug=full and start it from a console, you get a list of all the fonts it has found usable on your system.

btw, could someone who is not using suse 9.1 and kde 3.3 try to compile it, and give me feedback?


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 Re: feedback please.

 
 by jaguarwan on: Oct 8 2004
 
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I am running Slackware 10 w/ KDE 3.3 and it works just fine. However, I had to add a #include <time.h> to your source in order to achieve the compilation. Great work anyway :)


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 very nice...

 
 by mononoke on: Oct 8 2004
 
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but the japanese characters could look more more nice.. ;)
another option "mixed mode" could show hiragana and katakana with random change..

thx


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 Re: very nice...

 
 by lemmy04 on: Oct 8 2004
 
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that depends on which fonts you have.
compile it with --enable-debug=all and start it from a konsole (kannasaver.kss --test) and you'll get a list of all the fonts you have that are usable, as well as which fonts are used (on top of the list).
you'll need to download the latest source for this (i uploaded it yesterday evening).


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 Re: very nice...

 
 by lemmy04 on: Oct 10 2004
 
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... mixed mode will be available in one of the next versions. that version will be done when it's done of course (to head off the obvious "when?")


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 there we go

 
 by somekool on: Oct 9 2004
 
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listen, this is great....
I got this idea long time a go, but never knew how to make it.

here is my feature request.

KANJI !!!! show a kanji along with hiragana prononciation AND english meanings.

maybe you can look at kiten code for dictionary transalation and stuff...

thanks, keep on the good work


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 Re: there we go

 
 by lemmy04 on: Oct 10 2004
 
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naa.. that's not what this screensaver is about.

besides, the way i understand subconscious learning, it wouldnt work with something as complex as kanji and their readings.

but feel free to grab my source and build from it. its GPL'ed after all ;)


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