jMemorize is a simple and user-friendly flashcard program. It is written in java, and so should run on most operating systems.
- Download the latest version, and put it somewhere where you won't accidentally delete it.
- Run the program, open a .jml wordlist, select the category you'd like to learn, and hit the green "Learn" button.
You will need a wordlist (in the form of a jml file) unless you'd like to make your own cards from scratch.
- List for learning to communicate with lojban gismu
- Question: English word, and a place-structure hint ("What gismu is being described?")
- Answer: the gismu, the place-structure, rafsi, and extrainfo
- List for learning to understand lojban gismu
- Question: a gismu ("What is the definition of this gismu?")
- Answer: the english translation, the place-structure, the rafsi, and the extrainfo
- Point your browser to the jMemorize download page
- Select the latest revision (the one with the highest numbers), which is 0.9.2 as of this writing.
- Select any SourceForge mirror out of the links on the right, and then follow the link at the top if the download does not start.
- Choose an appropriate directory for the program.
- You will now have an executable ".jar" file in your download directory. This jar file is the program, and may be executed by double-clicking. You may want to create a shortcut to add to your start menu, or to your desktop.
Execute the program by double clicking the "jMemorize-###.jar" file. A window with an empty graph at the top, and an empty list at the bottom should appear.