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#15 Use scroll buttons with Multi-Radical lookup

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nobody
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2004-07-26
2004-07-26
Lars Grunewaldt
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annoyance with multi-radical look-ups.... Since the
list of radicals can get pretty long, use the scroll
buttons to scroll the radical list

Discussion

  • immortal18
    immortal18
    2004-09-20

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    2nd request --

    Have you ever used Dokushas Radical Lookup? I found that
    using the PAdict Pull-Down menu is very annoying if i dont
    know the stroke number, (or if im too lazy to count them)

    the Request: Please include an "All" selection along with the
    stroke numbers in the pull-down menu.

    Dokusha Home Page:
    http://www.geocities.com/andrew_brault/dokusha/

    If you are too lazy to install Dokusha on your PDA, at least
    take a look at the screenshots availble on that home-page.

     
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    sorry for not implementing this yet (both "All" in the
    dropdown and the scroll button problem). Thing is that
    drawing the radical screens is not very fast, and thus I
    *always* count the strokes. It's not that hard... ;)

    I'm pretty shure we will have both features until the end of
    the year.

    I know Dokusha, but I tend not to look at other programs
    when developing - it's to much of robbery if you just
    implement features that someone else implemented before.
    Unless it's Open Source, than it's meant to be incorporated
    into other software :)

    (yes, Open Source is a VERY bad thing for progress and
    inventions. Mark my words, Billy... ;)