Changelog for V0.2:
- Included support for other EDICT files, Computer Terms, Legal Terms
and Life Sciences. Unfortunately, Proper Names is just too large to
include. The extra EDICT files can be loaded via the Menu (the icon
is next to the exit icon and looks like a book with an up arrow).
Please be aware that study lists and found sets now are exclusive to
their own EDICT files. This means that when you have the Computer Terms
edict open, you can only view found sets and study lists relevant to that
EDICT file. This is because found sets and study lists use an index rather
than saving the actual contents of an entry. This is also to conserve memory.
- Added Ini file support to store search/sort options. If there are
any problems with the file, just delete "PSPedict.ini" in the data
folder and the file will be recreated when you next launch the app.
- Match Whole Word has been enabled for Kana/Kanji. What this basically
does is expect to match the whole string only. For example, if you search
for hiragana 'hi' with match hole word enabled, if a string has 'hima' the
match will fail. Strings consisting of 'hi' only will be matched.
- Fixed the screen flow slightly so it is more natural. For example, if you
exit out of the On Screen Keyboard (OSK), you will now return to the screen
where you opened the OSK.
- Deletion of previously saved found set files is now implimented. This can be
done from the "Load a Found Set" menu item.
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Homebrew coder Nakano has recently released a new version of AnyLanguageStudy, a handy app for studying words, grammar and characters.
Now on version 0.5, the latest release includes the following changes and improvements:
Fixed a typo sring to string which caused a crash in certain situation.
Modified logic, if word was not known immediately
This is my first PSP / community related release ever. I have continued the PSPedict project started by PixelDragon. He was kind enough to give me the latest source code and a few tips to get started.
Basically, this is a Japanese dictionary application for the PSP
I have once again updated the PSPedict project started by PixelDragon. This will probably be my final release of PSPedict. At least I will not be working with it anytime soon.
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- Simply, yet time consuming
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