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Started work on integrating the log archiving in the GUI.
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Back to working on archiving old logs. First preliminary test of the core algorithm results in a database of 20 meg as opposed to 80 for my huge card set.
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Turns out the resizing issues were a consequence of the fact that I had enabled word wrap on the tag field. These things should have nothing to do with each other, so it's obviously a bug in Qt, so I had to undo the word wrapping.

The version below should become the official release if no more issues pop up.
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In other news, Mac OSX is now officially an unsupported platform, until we can find a new maintainer to replace Patrick, who is too busy now.

In any case, thanks again to Patrick for all his contributions in the past!

PS: travelling for a few days now, and the plan is to release 2.3.3 when I get back.
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Fixed a rather interesting bug where it turned out be impossible to grade map cards. Oops...
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Turns out there exist a few *.cards on our website, probably generated directly from 1.x, which have a tag containing a comma, which of course has a different meaning in 2.x. So, now this comma is replaced by a more innocent dash upon import.
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The feature I'm now working on involves archiving your old (>1y) history data to a different file. Doesn't sound very interesting, but at least on my phone the majority of my syncing time is actually spent needlessly backing up this data over and over again...
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It just happens to be the case also for desktop version of mnemosyne, where most of database size is in that old history.
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Mnemosyne 2.3.3 released

(Note that for Windows users we recommend uninstalling the previous version before installing the new one.)

-Fix regression where it was not possible to grade map cards (reported by Mateusz Konieczny).
-Also allow mass conversion of cards to Cloze and Sentence card types (requested by Chris Nadt). 
-Change ',' to ' - ' when importing legacy tag names (reported by Matthias  Ernst).
-Fix some keyboard shortcuts while displaying map cards (reported by Mateusz Konieczny).
The current version of Mnemosyne is 2.3.3. For a list of what's new in each release, see the this page. Download Mnemosyne. Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8) For Windows, it's recommended to uninstall the previous version before upgrading. Linux (tarball; follow the instructions in the README) ...
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Finished a couple of my other home projects so that I can resume work on Mnemosyne.

Started by looking into why the sizing of Q and A box is off in the latest prerelease, but no luck so far: it's utterly unexplainable...
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2.3.3 ready for testing

-Fix regression where it was not possible to grade map cards (reported by Mateusz Konieczny).
-Also allow mass conversion of cards to Cloze and Sentence card types (requested by Chris Nadt). 
-Change ',' to ' - ' when importing legacy tag names (reported by Matthias Ernst).
-Enable word wrap on tag field (reported by Samuel Marcius). 
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Painting still not even half way finished, but I did manage to sneak in a small amount of Mnemosyne development time today...
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Taking a little break from Mnemosyne work in order to work on some painting at home.

Peter's law of painting: painting always takes longer than expect, even when taking Hofstadter's law into account.
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One can only hope that the series converges. Good luck!
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