11 May 2004 forrest   » (Journeyer)

Pardon my French ...

Scanning my web server logs, I found a French site with a link to my Hanzi Quiz program.

(Dang, I'm happy my program seems to be so popular. But I guess I'm not too suprised, because I looked around a lot before setting out to write it, and there really was nothing else like it.)

Unfortunately, the description of my program on this site n'est pas exactement vrai. It says "Pour Linux", but the reality is that it's written in Javascript and happily runs in Mozilla and Internet Explorer, and probably other browsers with Javascript support (although, notably, Safari has problems).

It's possible to edit the description, but ... well I took French in high school, but I'm sure if I tried to say what I just said in English above, it would be at best un-idiomatic and quite possibly incorrect or even unintelligible.

I could, of course, write English into their French site, but that doesn't seem right.

Could someone who knows the language please update this entry for me? I'd be very grateful.

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