jMemorize 0.9.1 released!

This is the official release of jMemorize 0.9.1.

jMemorize is a Java application that manages your flashcards by the
famous Leitner system and makes memorizing facts not only more efficient
but also more fun. It manages your whole learning progress and features
categories, statistics and a visually appealing and intuitive interface.

The primary focus of this version is to fix a bug that was noted by Mab (emmaybe):
Under certain learn schedules on higher deck levels wrong expiration
dates could occur. A upgrade is therefore strongly recommended.

Also this version adds a new 'shuffle' mode to the learn session
options and the ability to specify a lesson as command line
argument.For a more detailed update on whats new, also see the
changelog.

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The homepage can be found at:
http://riad.de/jmemorize

The current version can be downloaded here:
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/jmemorize/jMemorize-0.9.1.jar?download

The changelog can be found here:
http://riad.de/jmemorize/CHANGELOG

Posted by Riad Djemili 2005-06-02

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