Typing Trainer is designed for exercising typing speed and typing accuracy, by providing an environment to type in a copy of an original text within a specific time period. It also has the ability to store the results of such an exercise for exam purposes.
|Tags||education Testing Desktop Environment KDE Themes KDE 3.x|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Some minor bugfixes concerning SQL server communications were made. Unicode support was added, and Unicode was made the primary text encoding.
Release Notes: Features have been added to the keyboard layout trainer, including the ability to create a training course and the ability to easily create training files. There are general bugfixes.
Release Notes: A problem with missing files in the admin directory has been fixed. The font is set to Courier to avoid problems with missing fonts messing up the display. Cut and paste exploitation is fixed. A bug where a garbled entry would crash the program has been fixed. Some features were added to the exam part; the way errors are calculated has been changed to avoid exploitation, and can be either an exact count or a percentage of typed actual words.
Release Notes: Datatable browsing and creation were moved into a different package. Some code cleanup was done, and a bug which caused text to be displayed with an extra newline was fixed.
Release Notes: Database functionality, configured by a centrally located configuration file, has been brought in to bring about a testing environment, where results are stored in a database. Several bugs were removed, and there was general code cleanup.