Mnemosne 2.2.1 RC 1 released

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Mnemosne 2.2.1 RC 1 released Peter Bienstman 3/28/13 1:18 PM

Happy testing! If no problems pop up, this will become the official release in a week or two, to give translators the time to catch up.


Enjoy!

Peter

(Note that for Windows users we recommend uninstalling the previous version before installing the new one.)

-For txt import, a text file can now contain a fourth column which will be
 mapped to the 'notes' field of a Vocabulary card.
-When editing or browsing cards, don't reset the state of the scheduler such
 that you need to press 'show answer' again or such that a new card appears
 (reported by Gnome).
-Remember which tags where expanded/collapsed in the tag tree (requested a.o by Troy Guze).
-Correctly update flag 'hide pronunciation' in the popup menu (reported by
 Tom Cato Amundsen).
-When merging duplicate cards, merge tags also (requested by Stephan Maseizik).
-Fix regression where all the dialogs would have generic names ('mnemosyne') as opposed to e.g. 'Add cards'.
-Correctly format clozes in latex, e.g. [Lorentz force law]
 <$>[\mathbf{F}]=[q]([\mathbf{E}]+[\mathbf{v}\times\mathbf{B}]</$>
 ()requested by acdenh)
-Fix crash when converting multiple cards at the same time between e.g.
 Vocabulary card type and Map card type (reported by Gnome).
-Unless the 'Prefill tag behaviour' plugin is active, changing card types will
 never change the tag you already filled in, even if it's different from the
 last used tag (reported by Gnome).
-When changing the font for '<all card types>', make a more neutral choice
 for default font in case currently different card types have different
 fonts (reported by Gnome).
-Make sync and sync error handling more robust.
-In case you don't explicitly select a background colour, use your theme's
 background colour as opposed to white for empty cards (reported by ialectum).
-The quote key to left of 1 (`) can now also be used as a short cut for grade 0
 (requested by Kent Stearman).
-In the card browser, CTRL+F can be used to focus the input on the search
 field (requested by abacus).
-Improve the position of dialogs popping up from the card browser,
 sync window, ... .
-Fix crash pressing the 'Delete' key in the 'Activate cards' dialog (reported
 by Gnome).
-When changing card types, only warn about losing history when there is actual
 history present (reported by Gnome).
-In case you are not using saved sets and create a new tag whose parent is
 inactive, make the new tag inactive too. (If you have a saved set active,
 you'll get a dialog box asking whether you want to activate that tag or not,
 just like before) (reported by Gnome).
-Fix bug in interaction between Latex system and exporting to the 'cards'
 format (reported by Gwern).
-More tweaks for RTL languages like Arabic and Hebrew (bug report by
 Ansgar Bohmann).
-No more superfluous empty lines for cards with RTL languages.
-When changing languagues, translate the window title immediately, instead
 of after reboot.
-On a Thai system, don't use Thai numerals in the card browser if the language
 is set to English (requested by Mark).
-Take time zone information into account when displaying creation date of
 card in browser.
-When renaming a saved set, prefill the name field with the previous name of
 the set.
-Don't reset selected plugin when importing a new plugin (reported by Gnome).
-When trying to deactivate a card type in use, show name of the card type in
 the error message.
-Fix CTRL+F shortcut for inserting flash, CTRL+D for inserting video, and
 CTRL+C for copying (reported by Gnome).
-Tab key now cycles through all the grade buttons (reported by Gnome).
-Fix grading shortcuts R and W for 'right' and 'wrong' in the cramming
 scheduler.
-Backspace and delete shortcuts to delete the current card work again
 (reported by Dylan Gordhan).

Re: Mnemosne 2.2.1 RC 1 released Gnome 3/29/13 1:29 PM
Vocal to map converting works great! Also "Remember which tags where expanded/collapsed in the tag tree" will be save some time.
Re: [mnemosyne-proj-users] Re: Mnemosne 2.2.1 RC 1 released Peter Bienstman 3/29/13 10:00 PM
Glad you like it!

Peter

Gnome <jippi...@hotmail.com> wrote:
Vocal to map converting works great! Also "Remember which tags where expanded/collapsed in the tag tree" will be save some time.

kl. 21:18:18 UTC+1 torsdag 28. mars 2013 skrev Peter Bienstman følgende:

Happy testing! If no problems pop up, this will become the official release in a week or two, to give translators the time to catch up.


Enjoy!

Peter

(Note that for Windows users we recommend uninstalling the previous version before installing the new one.)

-For txt import, a text file can now contain a fourth column which will be
 mapped to the 'notes' field of a Vocabulary card.
-When editing or browsing cards, don't reset the state of the scheduler such
 that you need to press 'show answer' again or such that a new card appears
 (reported by Gnome).
-Remember which tags where expanded/collapsed in the tag tree (requested a.o by Troy Guze).
-Correctly update flag 'hide pronunciation' in the popup menu (reported by
 Tom Cato Amundsen).
-When merging duplicate cards, merge tags also (requested by Stephan Maseizik).
-Fix regression where all the dialogs would have generic names ('mnemosyne') as opposed to e.g. 'Add cards'.
-Correctly format clozes in latex, e.g. [Lorentz force law]
 <$>[\mathbf{F}]=[q]([\mathbf{E}]+[\mathbf{v}\times\mathbf{B}]</$>
 ()requested by acdenh)
-Fix crash when converting multiple cards at the same time between e.g.
 Vocabulary card type and Map card type (reported by Gnome).
-Unless the 'Prefill tag behaviour' plugin is active, changing card t ypes will
 never change the tag you already filled in, even if it's different from the
 last used tag (reported by Gnome).
-When changing the font for '<all card types>', make a more neutral choice
 for default font in case currently different card types have different
 fonts (reported by Gnome).
-Make sync and sync error handling more robust.
-In case you don't explicitly select a background colour , use your theme's
 background colour as opposed to white for empty cards (reported by ialectum).
-The quote key to left of 1 (`) can now also be used as a short cut for grade 0
 (requested by Kent Stearman).
-In the card browser, CTRL+F can be used to focus the input on the search
 field (requested by abacus).
-Improve the position of dialogs popping up from the card browser,
 sync window, ... .
-Fix crash pressing the 'Delete' key in the 'Activate cards' dialog (reported
 by Gnome).
-When changing card types, only warn about losing history when there is actual
 history present (reported by Gnome).
-In case you are not using saved sets and create a new tag whose parent is
 inactive, make the new tag inactive too. (If you have a saved set active,
 you'll get a dialog box asking whether you want to acti vate that tag or not,
 just like before) (reported by Gnome).
-Fix bug in interaction between Latex system and exporting to the 'cards'
 format (reported by Gwern).
-More tweaks for RTL languages like Arabic and Hebrew (bug report by
 Ansgar Bohmann).
-No more superfluous empty lines for cards with RTL languages.
-When changing languagues, translate the window title immediately, instead
 of after reboot.
-On a Thai system, don't use Thai numerals in the card browser if the language
 is set to English (requested by Mark).
-Take time zone information into account when displaying creation date of
 card in browser.
-When renaming a saved set, prefill the name field with the previous name of
 the set.
-Don't reset sel ected plugin when importing a new plugin (reported by Gnome).
-When trying to deactivate a card type in use, show name of the card type in
 the error message.
-Fix CTRL+F shortcut for inserting flash, CTRL+D for inserting video, and
 CTRL+C for copying (reported by Gnome).
-Tab key now cycles through all the grade buttons (reported by Gnome).
-Fix grading shortcuts R and W for 'right' and 'wrong' in the cramming
 scheduler.
-Backspace and delete shortcuts to delete the current card work again
 (reported by Dylan Gordhan).

Re: Mnemosne 2.2.1 RC 1 released Patrick Kenny 3/31/13 8:32 AM
I just made a Mac version of RC1 and then I realized they aren't on Sourceforge yet.  Would you still like me to send it to you somehow so that you can put it up?  Otherwise, it's not a big deal, I'll just make a new one for the official release.


Cheers,
Patrick
Re: [mnemosyne-proj-users] Re: Mnemosne 2.2.1 RC 1 released Peter Bienstman 3/31/13 11:40 PM
It's up to you :-)

BTW, shall we start a crowdsourcing effort to get the 1.x cards migrated?

Cheers,

Peter
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Re: [mnemosyne-proj-users] Re: Mnemosne 2.2.1 RC 1 released Patrick Kenny 4/6/13 9:50 AM
I will upload a Mac version then for the final release.

As for the card migration, like I said before, I think it will be easier if one person does it, and that will also make it more consistent.  I'm sorry I'm so late getting around to this.

So I sat down tonight and got started.  I did all the geography sets, many of which were tricky because image files were in the wrong place.  They are all fixed up though and online now, as are the histories and humanities categories from the old site.  I am keeping as much of the original information as I can, but I am removing installation instructions, etc.  In addition, I will not convert card sets that have all their information fields empty (not sure how those got uploaded anyway).

Converting these 30 collections took me about 2 hours.  I think I can find about 2 hours a day for the next several days, so at this rate, I'll be done by the end of the week.


Cheers,
Patrick
Re: [mnemosyne-proj-users] Re: Mnemosne 2.2.1 RC 1 released George Wade 4/6/13 12:50 PM
As I am software developing disabled your efforts are very much appreciated, Patrick.

If there is both a 10.6.8  and 10.8.x version a label for each would be best.  Unless I am supposed to try my luck Russian Roulette style !

George


On 6 Apr 2013, at 09:50, Patrick Kenny wrote:

I will upload a Mac version then for the final release.

As for the card migration, like I said before, I think it will be easier if one person does it, and that will also make it more consistent.  I'm sorry I'm so late getting around to this.

So I sat down tonight and got started.  I did all the geography sets, many of which were tricky because image files were in the wrong place.  They are all fixed up though and online now, as are the histories and humanities categories from the old site.  I am keeping as much of the original information as I can, but I am removing installation instructions, etc.  In addition, I will not convert card sets that have all their information fields empty (not sure how those got uploaded anyway).

Converting these 30 collections took me about 2 hours.  I think I can find about 2 hours a day for the next several days, so at this rate, I'll be done by the end of the week.


Cheers,
Patrick

On Monday, April 1, 2013 3:40:27 PM UTC+9, Peter Bienstman wrote:
It's up to you :-)

BTW, shall we start a crowdsourcing effort to get the 1.x cards migrated?

Cheers,

Peter 

Re: [mnemosyne-proj-users] Re: Mnemosne 2.2.1 RC 1 released Patrick Kenny 4/6/13 4:38 PM
I'm sorry, did I say something about two different versions?  There is only one Mac version, and I don't plan to split it into two versions.

Cheers,
Patrick
Re: [mnemosyne-proj-users] Re: Mnemosne 2.2.1 RC 1 released Peter Bienstman 4/6/13 9:13 PM
Thanks, much appreciated!

Peter

Patrick Kenny <ptmk...@gmail.com> wrote:
I will upload a Mac version then for the final release.

As for the card migration, like I said before, I think it will be easier if one person does it, and that will also make it more consistent.  I'm sorry I'm so late getting around to this.

So I sat down tonight and got started.  I did all the geography sets, many of which were tricky because image files were in the wrong place.  They are all fixed up though and online now, as are the histories and humanities categories from the old site.  I am keeping as much of the original information as I can, but I am removing installation instructions, etc.  In addition, I will not convert card sets that have all their information fields empty (not sure how those got uploaded anyway).

Converting these 30 collections took me about 2 hours.  I think I can find about 2 hours a day for the next several days, so at this rate, I'll be do ne by the end of the week.
Re: [mnemosyne-proj-users] Re: Mnemosne 2.2.1 RC 1 released George Wade 4/7/13 8:10 AM
I was referring to past versions:  dreaming perhaps.  I have one, Mnemosyne 2.0.1 – test2, that works well on my present 10.6.8 OS  on an early MacBook Intel Duo that is not recommended by Apple Inc. for upgrading to Mountain Lion.

On a brighter note, my Chinese teacher has Win at home, while presenting lessons —> homework on an iPod —> Export...  .mov  that I get a day or two later.  Her brother loves Macintosh and is reputed to be of MacWiz status.  I have already given them the  Mnemosyne dot org URLs.  Anything that could help any of her students is taken home and examined carefully.  She will never be rich but is happy;  I'm hoping for mutual support.

George


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