"Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee. Psa 119:11"
- August 6, 2011
Released memoverse as open source at https://github.com/kojung/memoverse.
- March 23, 2010
Excluded punctuation marks from being hidden in the practice mode.
- March 15, 2010
Allow Flash Cards with variable fonts, in order to deal with extra long verses.
- March 13, 2010
Flash Cards feature: create and print the Bible verses into Flash Cards for offline study.
- March 9, 2010
MemoVerse is a tool that helps you memorize Bible verses. MemoVerse has the following features:
- User customizable Bible verse profile
- "Practice mode" that lets user enter the missing words in the verse
- Keeps track of the difficulty level achieved on a verse-by-verse level
- Print the verses in Flash Cards for offline study
- Allows one to memorize an entire passage or parts of a verse
- Timer that keeps tracks how long it took to complete a given verse
- Cross-platform. Runs on Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, and UNIX
- Open source. Released under MIT license.
Memoverse session showing profile editor under Windows
Memoverse session showing practice form under Linux
Memoverse session showing verse editing under Mac OSX
Sample Flash Card (front side) PDF
Sample Flash Card (back side) PDF
A profile contains the Bible verses that one wishes to memorize. By default, MemoVerse will create a new profile
containing only one verse (John 3:16 KJV). You can then modify the newly created profile by adding/deleting verses.
Here are sample profiles that will help you jumpstart your Bible memorization. Choose and download one of profiles shown below (right-click and "Save as..."):
Once downloaded into your computer, simply double-click the JAR file to launch the
program. If the program does not run, make sure you have Java™ Runtime Environment
installed in your system.
Once downloaded into your computer, the Finder should automatically extract the zip file.
Drag the resulting MemoVerse.app into the Applications folder, or if desired, you can drag
MemoVerse into the taskbar.
Once downloaded into your computer, MemoVerse can be launched with the following script from the terminal:
% java -jar memoverse.jar
The above command assumes that the Java™ Runtime Environment (JRE) is in the $PATH environment variable.
If this is not the case, adjust the above command accordingly. If JRE is not installed, it can be downloaded
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- Author: Jung Ko <kojung at gmail dot com>
- Contributors: Peipei Hu, Yao Ko
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