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  •  23 Aug 2007 15:10
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    Release Notes: This version was relicensed under GPLv3 or later. There are some bugfixes and some other changes.

    •  02 Nov 2006 17:22
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      Release Notes: This release is easier to install from source (and more "standard"). You can use the SDL with GNU Pascal. There are many improvements in cgiquiz, particularly a new exam mode that is usable for real exams (still experimental).

      •  28 May 2006 16:13
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        Release Notes: There are some bugfixes and improvements in grquiz: you can toggle between window and full screen mode while grquiz is running, it has some sound support, and it registers a runtime icon. The internal file choosers of grquiz and scrquiz were improved, and the elapsed time is shown at the end of a quiz. The charset converters have been improved a little.

        •  07 May 2006 08:40
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          Release Notes: Some new keywords for quizfiles were added. The relocation algorithm was improved. grquiz now has better handling for questions/answers which don't fit on one single screen. It also starts with an info-screen and has some more eye-candy. akfquiz.cgi was renamed to cgiquiz. crtquiz was renamed to scrquiz, and it can handle very small screens now. There are binaries for GNU/Linux on devices with ARM processors.

          •  23 Jan 2006 22:11
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            Release Notes: The search algorithm to locate quizfiles has been changed. mkquiz saves the quiz in the HTML file in a way that the HTML file can still be used as a normal quiz file. The author, translator, etc. are shown at the top of the HTML file. There are new keywords: "license:" and "licenseURI:". It is easier to exchange the background image for grquiz (must be recompiled). There are some other minor fixes and improvements.

            •  28 Dec 2005 13:03
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              Release Notes: grquiz was ported to libSDL and has limited mouse support. quizchooser was replaced with gtkquizchooser. An autopackage was created. The FreeBSD port was given up.

              •  10 Dec 2005 20:32
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                Release Notes: The Web-based programs automatically recognize URIs, and images can be declared as such, so that they are directly embedded. All programs now have the ability to display different assessment-texts, depending on the reached percentage (e.g. school-marks). The program grquiz comes with a better font. There is a helper script for better integration in graphical user environments and a script which counts questions, comments, and hints in a quiz.

                •  21 Sep 2005 09:03
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                  Release Notes: Grquiz now also runs with the standard VGA driver of svgalib, so there shouldn't be any problems with unsupported graphic cards anymore. Because the resolution is a little smaller, the letters appear larger in a full screen mode. Several changes for more compatiblity to GNU-Pascal (GPC) were made. With GPC and the GRX library, it is also possible to compile grquiz as an X11 application which runs in a window. When you compile crtquiz with GPC, it will be linked with ncurses, so a terminal database is used.

                  •  12 Aug 2005 18:21
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                    Release Notes: A small bug in grquiz was fixed. Linequiz was improved. There's now a new parameter "-s" which suppresses the system-beep in grquiz, crtquiz, and linequiz. Support for GNU Pascal has been improved a little.

                    •  12 Jul 2005 13:19
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                      Release Notes: A problem in which the last answer in HTML files was sometimes missing was fixed. The CGI now works better with lynx. There is no "solution" button for neutral quizzes in mkquiz any more. The title screen of crtquiz is centered correctly on large screens.

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