Like it says on the box: A new version of Paradigmatic is now on the Mac App Store. Follow this link, or search for ‘Paradigmatic’ and you’ll find it. There’s been a few minor changes to some very obscure verb forms, and parsing bugs under OS X 10.7 Lion have been fixed, so you can
I’ve just submitted an update for my iPhone app to the app store — it’s awaiting review. Many thanks to those who’ve sent positive feedback, feature requests, bug reports, and encouragement my way. Cheers. This update adds a few features, and fixes one particular bug. New features: Greek font selection The font face of greek
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My app is now waiting for review in the app store. Hopefully for not too long. And I’m waiting for my GST registration so I’m allowed to sell it in Australia (interestingly, this is Apple’s rule, not the ATO’s). The waiting game begins.
Now with extra Greek! There’s heaps that’s changed this time around. Biggest news: Greek. The full functionality of the Hebrew system has now been duplicated in Koine (NT) Greek. Full tables of the regular verb קטל, plus extensive data for a good number of irregular verbs. The parsing tool works for Greek, and tables of
Slight update: I’ve upgraded the Sparkle updater system, to fix a couple of things. Firstly there were a few bugs that could cause crashes if it couldn’t find the update information feed properly, but secondly there was a change in how .zip files were extracted in between the last couple of updates. This means that
New version: I’ve done some more work on various sections of Paradigmatic. The first thing you’ll notice as you fire it up is that I’ve changed the main window to look a little nicer: Note I’ve removed the greyed-out ‘Tester’ option, as I’ve not written it yet. It will return when there’s something to connect
Minor database updates: I-Guttural Niphal 1cs Yiqtol/Wayyiqtol I-Guttural (stative) Qal 2ms Imperative Geminate Niphal 3ms/2fp/1cp Qatal It’s also a universal binary. Thanks to Bathgate, Bek, Chris, and Rick for error checking. To get the new version, download it (0.5.2, 2.0 MB zipped .app file), or hit ‘Check for updates’ in the Paradigmatic menu bar. If you like, see
Minor updates: A few paradigms were corrected, most notably the polel yiqtol of ??, which was just plain wrong. Also I’ve fixed a bug in the parsing window, in which a certain order of operations would make certain options unavailable. If you’ve not noticed, then rest easy. Thanks to Bek, Chris, and Bathgate for error checking. It’s
New version (again). I’ve gone up a whole point this time (from 0.4 to 0.5) as I’ve added in an auto-updating framework, so from now on you should get an seamless upgrade experience. Sparkle, written by Andy Matuschak, is the thing that does the magic. Hopefully it works well. The other thing that is really worth
New version. There is now a parsing tool, which works how you might (hopefully) expect. Select an irregularity or root, and the types of stems/aspects you want to test, and you will be presented with a randomised set. Match up the categories to the given word, and you will either get it correct, or your
This is a reasonably significant update. The included data is now almost everything – the polel/polal/hithpolel stems are missing from hollow verbs, and special verbs like HYH and HVH aren’t yet done. Everything else is, though. Also, I’ve updated the mechanism that updates the data store. Those of you who had problems with not being
More data, minor cosmetic changes. Download it, or check out the changes. If you’re using this thing, let me know bugs, errors, etc., at email@example.com Ta.
I’ve updated Paradigmatic quite a lot recently. You can download the beta version 0.3.0 and give it a whirl; it should be much more functional than the last version. A full list of what’s changed can be found at http://paradigmatic.freney.org/download.html The paradigm data entered so far covers all the standard paradigms (all stems, for both ???