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Can I save my list to my computer to import it to another flashcard program?

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I am teaching myself and my son Spanish and I want to create some lists for him to put on his flashcard software. Would someone tell me if this can be done? Thanks!

This is a great resource!

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updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by Suzanne

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Muchas gracias Valerie.

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by Zoltán
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Zoltán said:

Hola Heidita, I don't see anything about flashcards in the learn section. Is it my eyes or my confuser? Not really important to me, I use a java-based flashcard program that is available for free.

Still, I would like to know where it is.


Zoltan, they're actually in the "Vocabulary" section. smile Click on the vocabulary tab at the top. (although there may be some flashcards included in the 'learn' lessons too...)

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by Valerie
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Hola Heidita,
I don't see anything about flashcards in the learn section. Is it my eyes or my confuser? Not really important to me, I use a java-based flashcard program that is available for free.

Still, I would like to know where it is.

updated SEP 14, 2008
posted by Zoltán
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Thanks for your help. The flashcards on Spanishdict are great; the whole site is really amazing. I found it because I was shopping for a spanish dictionary on cd. I want to add several cards and would like to be able to use them off-line. I did see all the shared icons but not a way to save the material I want to create. I will contact the owner as you suggest.

updated SEP 13, 2008
posted by Suzanne
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Have you tried clicking the "embed" button on the top right of the vocubulary lists? Have you seen all the share options at the bottom of the flashcard players. Since they give the embed codes it looks pretty "open source". You might want to add a comment to Chris' page since he seems to have created most of the lists. I'm sure the lists are just database files, maybe even simple csv text files that could easily be exported to another player. However, there may be some "proprietary" rights here, so if you can't do it with the "embed" button or "share" icons I suggest that you get the site owner's permission first (which it seems you are trying to do).

updated SEP 13, 2008
posted by 0074b507
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Hmmm, I don't know about this, but have you seen OUR flashcards yet? Look on the section "learn".

updated SEP 12, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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