kannasaver is a screensaver for people who want to learn japanese
kannasaver is a screensaver for people who want to learn japanese. The idea is that by randomly shoving hiragana or katakana at you, together with the romaji transcript, they start to stick to your memory after a while.
Inspired by a windows screensaver that does exactly the same, which sits an www.thejapanesepage.com for free.
Dependencies: Other than KDE 3.3, you need to have soft-scalable (truetype) fonts that contain the japanese characters. Google for the mikachan font set if anything else fails.
What's New in This Release:
a few composite katakana were wrong; corrected.
Download kannasaver 1.1.1
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