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KhatzuMemo Update: WARP, Cookies, Search Link

Ten thousand huzzahs! KhatzuMemo has been updated! Main changes:

  • WARP: The main change is the addition of an experimental feature simply dubbed “WARP”. The idea is to instantly give an item a very long interval. Since KhatzuMemo currently can import question/answer data from a file but not repetition history data, the idea of WARP is to allow you to tell the program that “I already know this item super, super well [from having worked with it on a previous SRS]”, without going through multiple repetitions, freeing time for items that need more of your attention. Use the “WARP” button with great care, since there is no “undo” feature as yet.
  • Fixed a minor problem with deletion of a previous user’s cookie when a new user logs in.
  • Based on a user request, added a link to the “Search” page from the “Add Item” page to save clicks. Gotta save them clicks.

As always your comments, requests, suggestions and other feedback are more than welcome.

  6 comments for “KhatzuMemo Update: WARP, Cookies, Search Link

  1. dr_ceran
    April 9, 2009 at 16:13

    hey khatz!
    great update! the direct search possibility from the “add items” page is reeeeaaaalllllyyy helpful…
    I don’t know if this is already fixed, but from time to time, when I “edit items” and then click the “save changes” buttons, it saves my update but khatzumemo directs me then to an empty “edit items” site and not to the “flashcard” which i edited…

  2. April 9, 2009 at 19:16

    WARP sounds fantastic, I’m going to try it out. I already add lots of sentences I have problems with just because they’re well-written.

  3. April 10, 2009 at 03:08

    That WARP feature sounds like a fantastic idea.

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