Memorize is written in Java and uses Leitner flashcards to make memorizing facts not only more efficient but also more fun. jMemorize manages your learn progress and features categories, Unicode flashcard texts, statistics and an intuitive interface.
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README

 jMemorize README
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    The jMemorize Homepage can be found at http://jmemorize.org
 
 1. About

	jMemorize is written in Java and uses Leitner-flashcards to make 
	memorizing facts not only more efficient but also more fun. 
	jMemorize manages your learn progress and features categories, 
	statistics and a visually appealing and intuitive interface.

 2. How to run
    
    Currently you need Java 1.5 to run jMemorize. Just (double-)click 
    the icon to start the application or type 
    'javaw -jar jMemorize-1.3.0.jar' from command line.
    
    You can get the most current offical Sun Java Runtime Environment 
    from http://java.com
   
 3. Creator
  
    This software is developed by Riad Djemili (jmemorize@riad.de) and
    licensed under the GPL license. A copy of the GPL license is 
    provided with this sourcecode.
    
    A lot of people have contributed ideas and patches. Special thanks go to:
    - Bret Harsham (patches)
    - Adam Ehlers Nyholm Thomsen (patches)
    - Magnus Hildebrandt (Icons)
    
    My thanks also goes to the various translators:
    - Lukas Rypl
    - Adam Ehlers Nyholm Thomsen
    - Kristjan Schmidt
    - MILLE.ca
    - Randy Sugianto
    - Filip Tack
    - Tomek Pedzimaz
    - Radek Ostrowski
    - Ney
    - Magnus Bodin
    - Ali Baser
    - Mert Nuhoglu
    - Tianyi Cui
    - Haakon Meland Eriksen
    - Sander van Rijnswou
    - Eberhard Herzog
    - René Maya
    
    I'm using icons from the Eclipse project (http://eclipse.org) and from 
    Mark James's excellent Silk icon set (http://famfamfam.com/lab/icons/silk).
    
  Have fun.