Just a quick update to inform you that today a user called clearmartin released a plasmoid called Redshift Control for Plasma 5.
In the last months I’ve been working on the implementation of the Fluent Forever anki add-on, which I first introduced as a mock up in a previous post . The work has progressed, and now I have a working version with some features, here listed.
Recently I’ve decided to learn how to type with 10 fingers, so I’ve started using KTouch for learning it. I chose the predefined lesson for the Italian keyboard, and I really enjoyed it. On average, it took about one hour for passing one lesson (two new letters), which I think is a pretty reasonable time.
Here’s another Anki add-on I’ve implemented recently. This add-on allows users to reposition new cards (changing the due field) in a fast way from the browser view, without using the reposition tool, which I’ve always found a little cumbersome.
Few days ago I’ve found an interesting project on Kickstarter called OpenWords . It is a learning language app based on open data, mined from Wikitionary and other resources. The aim of the project is to provide a more general tool for language learning which will cover the majority of the languages in the world.