Study Cards Homebrew App

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by Raviral, Feb 20, 2008.

Feb 20, 2008

Study Cards Homebrew App by Raviral at 4:36 AM (1,306 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Raviral
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    Newcomer Raviral Member

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    Howdy,

    Is there an application for the DS that will allow me to create study/flash cards in the sense of something like mnemosyne (Link)?

    Cheers.
     
  2. cutterjohn

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    It'd be really handy if one did exist and it supported vector graphics/line art, in which case I really could've used it with organic chemistry...
     
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    Seems like a good idea
     
  4. Raviral
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    Am I to assume that such a program doesn't exist yet? DSLearnJ is pretty close, but it doesn't support UTF-8 and therefore the task of making study cards becomes a pain.
     
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    Member Chrono_Tata GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Is it just me who can't bring himself to study with a Nintendo DS in his hands?
     
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    Well, I totally understand what you mean. But sometimes you want to get something productive done. There are many educational softwares out for the DS, but some personal customization to your learning experience can go a long way.
     

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