Yes seems that the file 124830-en-es.kvtml makes some problems. I have to research that.
a word trainer with more than 150 ready made vocabularies
Querymee allows you to train languages and to memorize things.
At the moment just multiple choice is supported, but so called flash card learning is planned (looking for developers).
As main file format KDEs kvtml format is used (a XML format), so you can easily edit and create your own files with Parley (http://edu.kde.org/parley/), KWordQuiz (http://edu.kde.org/kwordquiz/) or WordQuiz for Windows and Mac OS X (http://peterandlinda.com/wordquiz/).
Additionally the following file formats are supported (read only):
.voc files from http://www.vokabeln.de/v1/download.htm
.tsv files (Tab Separated Values) created with openoffice.org calc, excel or any text editor. See help for details.
Save your own or downloaded kvtml,voc or tsv files under /home/user/MyDocs/Querymee in your N900.
You can use ready made kvtml files from the KDE project (more than 150 are available), just download the files with the build in download dialog.
What am I doing wrong?
I have installed Querymee because I want to learn more Spanish words. I have downloaded English - Spanish (124830-en-es.kvtml) but I cannot make it work. Is it me, or the file? (other files work) I will be thankful if someone can help me :-)
to upload files on kde-files.org you need an account, you can register here: http://kde-files.org/usermanager/new.php
upload can be done here: http://kde-files.org/content/add.php
it takes some time until the file shows up in the cataloge...
hope this helps
Great application. I have some spreadsheets with Dutch-Spanish word lists that I had collected from several sources. But I always had a hard time pushing myself to start learning them.
Now I have converted these lists to kvtml files using KWordQuiz. If someone tells me how I can publish these lists and where I will make them available for everyone (of course).
With Querymee it makes fun to test what I already know and learn by doing this.
As I now have it on my N900 I can use every free time to learn some more Spanish words.
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