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 Post subject: LearnClock - Teach telling the time
Unread postPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 11:43 am 
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Hi All,

Uploaded this app http://laughton.com/basic/programs/games/LearnClock/LearnClock.apk.
The source can be found here (no data needed) http://laughton.com/basic/programs/games/LearnClock/source/LearnClock.bas

It is bilingual. Originally it was in Dutch only, but I added English later on. You might see that if you look at the source. :oops:
You will need a TTS engine enabled in the correct language!

I hope the screenshots tell it all.

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Have fun, Aat

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 Post subject: Re: LearnClock - Teach telling the time
Unread postPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 1:22 am 
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Hi Aat

Excellent, very cheerful way for a young persons to learn the time.

Only thing I would suggest is a bit of sound, perhaps a happy sound for picking the right time and a not so happy sound for picking the wrong time.

It would be good if you could pick the level you want to start at, rather then stating at the beginning each time you run the app. ;)

Regard Roy


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 Post subject: Re: LearnClock - Teach telling the time
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Hi Roy,

thanks!

I had considered your suggestions and decided to keep the noise level low..... :D
And restarting at the lowest level gives more practise...... :D

But,

I have added both of your suggestions! Piece of cake to do!
(same links apply)

Regards, Aat

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 Post subject: Re: LearnClock - Teach telling the time
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Well done Aat :D for something really useful.
Bug when touching the "Blue answer" it does not recognize the answer for the adjacent "check box"

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 Post subject: Re: LearnClock - Teach telling the time
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Hi Emile,

thanks!

It's not a bug.

Just too little space for more comprehensive explanation. :oops:
So I'll do it here.

A child who is not yet very good at reading the multiple choice answers on the 'blue buttons'
should tap them one by one first.
When he/she hears the correct time spoken, he/she should choose the checkbox next to the corresponding 'blue button'

I agree, not very well explained on the start screen!

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