New Kanji tool
First of all, the "small" improvement: I've added stroke order pictures for 731 extra Kanji in the Kanji Dictionary, which contains now stroke order data for more than 6300 Kanji!
Secondly, the main new tool, that will still improve. You can now add Kanji to a personal list. Each Kanji added is represented by a small card on the screen that lets you access different features quickly.
You can find the tool in the menu EXERCISES > KANJI
For Samurai members, I've completed it with two printing tools:
- Print writing sheets with empty boxes where you can practice your writing skills.
- Print flashcards and cut them out so that you can carry your favorite Kanji anywhere, or if you don't like working all the time in front of your computer.
The pictures below are in French but the tools is of course in English.