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Create a KTouch lecture from a list of words

Oct 12, 2010, 19:32 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Juan Valencia)

[ Thanks to Juan Valencia for this link. ]

"Since I didn't find any lecture that I liked for KTouch, at least not one that allowed me to simply practice typing with a large number of random words, I thought it would be useful to create one based in random words taken from one of the lists of words usually located in /usr/share/dict, although this very same procedure can be use with any list of words. It didn't take to long to do it, but nevertheless it was interesting.

First of all, the lectures in KTouch are just XML files. This XML files contain text divided in lines, and the lines are grouped by levels. This is how the lectures in KTouch are organized:"

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