Sorry for Kirbies

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Several bugs made it through today; apologies if you witnessed them. For brief periods, characters weren’t loading; for the length of the movie Logan’s Run, tone recognition was whack, with what I thought were impossible-to-occur …

Large kraken pancake

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I’ve started a user’s guide to explain what the buttons do and such, until our demo video can show their tiny glories. Check it out, and please let us know how easy it was for …

Fixes, Choosing What To Learn

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Fixed a few things today. Nick got the demo to work once again, and also removed the red strokes so they shouldn’t cause confusion anymore. Also, the lists you choose now determine what characters you …

Testing at Western Reserve Academy

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We spent several hours yesterday beta testing at Western Reserve Academy, courtesy of Ms. Kathryn Mueller, Chen Laoshi, and the Burton D. Morgan Foundation. The students that used Skritter liked it, but had a whole …

Ludicrous Speed

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We made some significant improvements to the speed of the app today. First we fixed the program so that it no longer slows down over time. Before it would always slow down gradually, especially on …

The feedback is delicious

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Thanks for all the feedback, brilliant beta testers! The way you all are catching bugs and thinking of stuff we haven’t, well, it warms my heart. 谢谢,你们! For stroke recognition problems, please, just keep writing …

Beta!

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We’re now in beta! We’re telling our friends, you can tell your friends–they’ll probably kiss a baby, they’ll be so happy. There’s a lot of Skritter yet to come, but it works now and we …

Internet Explorer fixed

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I fixed Internet Explorer 7. Scott “fixed” IE 6 — it isn’t pretty, but it works. Other browsers should all be golden, too, and you can finally use keyboard shortcuts in IE, Linux, and Mac …

Oh man, I guess I need lunch now

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There, there’s the Oberlin first-year vocabulary. I’ve also fixed the way a lot of strokes draw, so things should be prettier. Please, send feedback if there are strokes still being drawn uglily.