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WeiLiYu

WeiLiYu is a freely available pinyin/Chinese character learning game written in Java. The name means "feed the koi", which is the object of the game. Playing this game will improve your pinyin and Chinese reading skills.

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  •  17 Jul 2007 08:33

    Release Notes: Encoding and error detection has been tightened slightly. A bug that may have resulted in blank lines causing libraries not to load has been fixed.

    •  12 Jul 2007 07:53

      Release Notes: Encoding of the library is now guessed if UTF-8 fails. A bug where two or more fish with the same pronunciation could appear simultaneously has been fixed. Closing the game settings dialog now exits the game. If a single character has two or more pronunciations defined in the loaded library (or libraries), that character will now never appear.

      •  15 May 2007 18:15

        Release Notes: The panel containing panel containing retry buttons now takes a proper size with varying look-and-feel (the buttons were larger than 32 pixels high on certain platforms). Errors are now properly flagged for command line option problems, etc. The brain-damaged --quick option has been removed. The word "minutes" has been moved in the game settings dialog to a more appropriate and visible location. Missed words can now be saved to a file for studying or use as a character library.

        •  26 Apr 2007 12:36

          Release Notes: The .wly (character library) format has been improved and is easier to create. Fish speeds and game duration are now configurable from a new settings dialog which replaces and implements the functionality of the open dialog.

          •  24 Apr 2007 02:09

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

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