A simple educational software which represents record cards.Version 0.1 beta
For the jar distribution you should at least have Java 8 installed.
Once downloaded, simply extract the files to any location. Depending on the distribution you've downloaded Follow the instructions below.
On current versions of Debian and Ubuntu simply double click the
deb file. On older versions type
sudo dpkg -i recordcards-1.0.deb.
I don't use these systems, but at least you can type
rpm -i recordcards-1.0-1.x86_64.rpm to install the app.
Simply execute the recordcards binary.
Double click the recordcards.exe file.
If you have installed Java 8, in most cases you can double click
the jar file. If not, open the terminal and type
java -jar RecordCards.jar.
One of the main objectives in developing this app was that you can access all the functionalities very fast via shortcuts. Therefore I will provide you an overview of the available shortcuts:
|Flip a record card||
|Next record card||
|Previous record card||
|Open a record cards file||
|Save record cards||
|Save record cards as ...||
|Create a new record card||
|Edit the current record card||
|Delete the current record card||
|Save the created/edited record card||
|Cancel creating/editing a record card||
|Debian, Ubuntu||Download deb|
|RedHat, CentOS, Fedora, SUSE||Download rpm|
|Other Linux systems||Download binary|
|Platform independent||Download jar|
If you have any problems with running the app, don't hesitate to contact me via E-Mail: kontakt [at] lwerner [dot] de