No problem and thank you for your reply. I want to get other point of
views (from old users because I am a "newbie" on Tagaini !) that's why
I am writing it on the mail list.
My proposal was not to write kanjis with the keyboard but to "draw"
kanjis. I based my development on the "scribble" example of Qt :
So, with your mouse, you can draw a kanji/hiragana/katakana which are
in the study list. It is like touch drawing on tablets but, as it is
for Desktops, you will have to use the mouse instead of your finger. I
do not know if I am clear.
I agree that paper is the best way to work Kanjis. I thought that,
when users have practiced enough (on paper), drawing it with a mouse
should be enough to see if the user remember the kanji or not (and so,
must work harder on this kanji entry).
As I am currently learning "basic" kanjis and hiragana, it is okay but
I do not know how complex kanjis are difficult to draw. You are right,
I assume that
it is, maybe, too difficult to draw kanji with the mouse and not with
a drawing pad.
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