jreaves Wrote:Sure, I'll be glad to share, though it's just the first 4 chapters. I'll send you an e-mail.The way I am doing it is I create multiple fields (kanji, reading, translation, sentence example), import the whole thing into Twinkle, and simply pick the fields I want displayed on each side of the card. One can then easily switch reviewing type within the same stack, or copy it into a different one and re-arrange it there.
Basically, I type the information into Excel, export as UTF-16 (this is the only unicode encoding that Excel/Mac seems to understand), then run a little Python script that creates multiple flashcards for each line, for example E->J, J->E, Kanji->E, etc. Then I import the resulting text file into Twinkle. From this point forward, I think I'll be doing only J->E with complete sentences (no isolated vocab words), following Khatzumoto's example.
If you like i can email you some examples.