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flexCard for Mac0.5.0

22 June 2006

Flash card management.

What is flexCard for Mac

flexCard is a new take on flashcard management. Dealing with a large and varied deck has never been easier.

  • Intuitive searching and sorting: Quickly find the flashcards you wish to review. Need to review all of the verbs introduced in chapter 10 for an upcoming language test? Select Chapter 10 and verb in the category pane and only those cards that match both will be visible.
  • Comprehensive Searching: Search the contents of your entire deck for a word or phrase.
  • Variable length flashcards: Most flashcard software only permits the user to create a fixed number of sides for each card in a deck. flexCard allows each card to have an unlimited number of sides
  • Simple memorization scheme: Adjust how often a card re-appears during memorization.
  • Visual cues: Selecting a card places a checkmark beside all of the categories that describe it.
  • Text formating: Layout the text on your cards the way you want. flexCard takes full advantage of Apple's advanced text formating system.

What's new in flexCard

Version 0.5.0:

Note: This product is not compatible with macOS Catalina and later.

  • Added category modification undo/redo support
  • Added full screen mode for lessons
  • Added ability to bypass learning curve when starting a lesson
  • Numerous bug fixes
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Mar 15 2008
Mar 15 2008
Version: 0.5.0
I am looking for a flashcard program for Mac. There seem to be plenty out there; this one, FlexCard, is at least aimed at OS X 10.4.+. Unfortunately, I don't know how to use it. And there is NO INFORMATION available on how to use it. After poking it for a while-like 15 minutes-I figured out how to get an alphanumeric character onto one side of a card, or at least I think so. I can't tell whether I actually did that, or rather, labeled a complete deck of cards with the character. It would be a great help for the software creator to hire some writer to describe the process of assembling a useful deck of flashcards with this application. Beta version or not, it's useless without some kind of instructions on how to use it. Will it accept non-alphanumeric data, e.g., jpegs, such as, say, a picture of an assault rifle and, on the back of the card, the words "AK-47"? There's no way of finding out. I have been trying to assemble a deck of Japanese language cards for Kana drill, with a character on one side and the phonetics on the other; the application FlexCard will accommodate Japanese (and Chinese, and Russian, and Greek) orthography, but I still have no idea how to put the project together. More's the pity-it looks like it could do the job, maybe.
App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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