It’s about three months since the previous stable release of my Chinese learning application for Nintendo’s handheld system. I was busy doing other things for a couple of weeks, but I finally managed to prepare a new release of Chinese Touch. Besides a couple of bug-fixes and slight user interface improvements, today’s version 1.4 has one new interesting feature: You can now easily look-up the stroke order of about 1000 Chinese characters from word list entries within Chinese Touch. This features is based on images created by the Stroke Order Project hosted on Wikimedia Commons , which have been prepared for and integrated into this release.
I really like this feature and I hope you will find it helpful too
Well, there’re a couple of points left on my TODO list. Will see what’s next
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