as promized please find an updated handwriting-ja.xml file. I
corrected about 160 kanji by adding variants. I believe that the
variant is actually the correct way of drawing the kanji but I wanted
to keep both ways in order to accomodate for
users who do not use the canonical stroke orders (mostly those are
stroke order changes).
Based on my test using this db with Zinnia and a 0.003 compression
level (which is not as good as the default for accuracy but better for
size) and using a reduced db containing only jis 208 level 1 kanji. I
went from about 160 kanjis not recognized to 16.
I think this is a good improvement and that all will benefit from one
of you promoting this.
I don't know if you guys are interested but to do this I wrote a cocoa
tomoe-stroke editor to work on my mac. I can provide the source code
to the project.
"[tomoe-devel 245] updated handwriting-ja.xml" on Fri, 14 Nov 2008 14:16:45 -0500,
Benoit Cerrina <benoitcerrina@...> wrote:
> I don't know if you guys are interested but to do this I wrote a cocoa
> tomoe-stroke editor to work on my mac. I can provide the source code
> to the project.
Please tell me your SF.net account. I'll add you to the
You will be able to put your stroke editor into
or your preferred software name.