Keesa wrote:I've just started working on making some vocabulary flashcards for myself.
I am in the process of writing a Greek flashcard program using Visual Basic and an Access database. The plan is that it will have separate screens for nouns, verbs, pronouns, etc., showing them in all their various declensions/conjugations, so you can memorize those easier; a "test" feature in these screens where you type a declension or conjugation of a word (i.e. present indicative active, 3rd person plural of "luw") into the appropriate textbox, and it tells you if you got it right; a way to add and save your own vocabulary, etc.
Alas, I'm doing this in spare time, which is rather spare right now, so I haven't gotten very far yet. I've only got the screens for nouns, adjectives, and articles to the point where you can view the database entries, and I have the verb screen laid out, but not functioning. There is no ability to add your own vocabulary to the database yet, and it may take a while to get to such a usable point. But, if anybody is interested, I intend on making it freely available (including code if you're nervous about Trojan horses), and will eventually need alpha/beta testers. (It will only work on Microsoft Windows, and I'm not sure which versions of that.)
I, Lex Llama, super genius, will one day rule this planet! And then you'll rue the day you messed with me, you damned dirty apes!