Saturday, April 11, 2009

Kaku - Kanji stroke order lookup

I've written a tiny webapp, Kaku, that displays the kanji stroke order using Tim Eyre's KanjiStrokeOrders font.

It is mainly intended for use on devices were you can't (easily) select typefaces or sizes, such as my new Nokia 5800.

1 comment:

david connolly said...

The license of the font is given as:

Copyright (C) 2004-2008 Ulrich Apel, the AAAA project and the Wadoku project
All rights reserved.

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