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This is the first exercise in planned series of free and open source self developmental applications.

If you have ideas how to improve design, please, leave a coment!


Inspired by JessyInk on Inkscape, I decided to create self development apps based on .svg and JavaScript. This gives a great flexibility in design and results in the same slim look and feel on every OS that can run web browser supporting .svg images.


Instructions.
Press "Enter" or click button "new" to show new number and
memorize it. When number disappears and input box highlights
input memorized number using keyboard. Click "check" button or
press "Enter" to verify if you memorized it correctly.
Adjust display time and number of digits as necessary. Change
display time or digits for approximetly 5 in row correct or missed
numbers.
Try to achieve level where you can easly memorize at least 5
digits with 0.25 sec. display time.
And one more thing, to see the last displayed number hover mouse on top of name "correct" in statistics area.


As far as i have tested, it works best on chromium, but it has one bug (see changelog).
Last changelog:

10 years ago

Created first excercise initial design and basic functionality.

Known bugs:
When using chromium/chrome it is not possible to erase entered digits, because haven't found a way to override default shortcut action for going "back" on pressing backspace.

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domore

10 years ago

Thanks for the comment, it reminded me that i forgot to mention that hovering mouse over name "correct" in status area, shows last correct number. And it shows it only after input.

Hopefully I will have a time to create full set of exercises for speed reading.

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switzak

10 years ago

Funny app. One could really waste some time on this. ^^ I fond that memorizing 5 digits in 0.25 sec wasn't that hard. In my opinion it was harder with more numbers and longer time. But maybe it is just me. xD

As for suggestions, you could do a button that gives you another try at the same digits. When I don't get the right answer it bugs me that I don't get to know what is was. =)

Anyway, rated good and I'm looking forward to the other applications.

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10 years ago

Created first excercise initial design and basic functionality.

Known bugs:
When using chromium/chrome it is not possible to erase entered digits, because haven't found a way to override default shortcut action for going "back" on pressing backspace.

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