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Damon Zale
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On 2010-03-19 08:52, lunatik wrote:
Hi Joe,are you planning on making an iPhone app? That would be awesome!


I find it already looks fairly good if you navigate to the link from the iphone.

Joe this is an awesome trainer (and I tried tons). I specifically like the fact that you write out the card (something I didn't see in others). One thing that would be cool is a mode (I can't exactly call it random) that mentions each card from the stack randomly once and then does the remaining ones before a chance of repeat (this is how the test in stackview does it) - going continuously the way all the modes work... not sure I even explained it well
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I have just made a couple of updates, including credits on the presets and a downloadable version for offline use.

I still plan on adding the shuffled deck order at some point. Maybe this week... Smile

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Tom G
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Just downloaded and sent a donation.


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This is very usefull website for me. Thanks a lot.
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On 2010-03-19 11:37, Scott Cram wrote:
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On 2010-03-19 08:52, lunatik wrote:
Hi Joe,are you planning on making an iPhone app? That would be awesome!


There's already Stacked Deck (iTunes Link).

I reviewed it here, and then gave another review to the update.


Any possibility of an android based app? Smile

Does this work with custom stacks, or only a predetermined set of stacks?
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It's been a while since I made any updates on this, but I've added some new features, recently. First of all, there is now the "shuffled" order, which is like "random", except you will go through all the cards within the specified range before having a card repeated, thus ensuring you don't miss any cards.

Secondly, you can now save and load custom stacks in the URL, which could be useful if you want to save a custom stack or share a stack with other people. To save a stack, append it to the URL in the form:

http://huruey.webs.com/?stack=2h,3d,js

Anything after the "?stack=" will appear in the stack field when this address is loaded. Once you have this URL you can save it as a bookmark to make it easier to load any custom stack you may be using.


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Hi, Joe.

First off, thank you for all your hard work and dedication to this project. You are helping the magic community in many ways.

Any chances of making an app for Android Smart phones? Also, any persistent requests for adding Doug Dyment's "QuickStack" memorized deck to the list? I have a friend who uses this stack and it would help him immensely I'm sure. But not a reasonable request to ask you to consider if very few others are using such a stack.

Finally, is there a way to download your trainer and then be able to use it off-line?

Again, thanks for all your help and dedication to this project.

Best,

Mike
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Do the Iphone app, I have the other and its not as good as yours.
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Nice work.
I really must try to master the Aronson stack.
Darwin Ortiz in a recent lecture said a perfectionist friend of his never got round to memorising a specific stack because there was always a better designed stack just around the corner... on the verge of being released...making previous ones redundant...etc , etc.
But you gotta take the plunge.
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Any chance this is still coming out as an app for iphone/ipod?
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This is really cool! Thank you very much! Now I got to learn the aronson stack!

P.S. The pro si stebbins is something I have never heard of. Thanks Lawrence O.
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This really is a wonderful resource. I'm now happy to say that I know the Tamariz Stack thanks to this. Next...a convincing deck switch.
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This rocks! I am so glad to have run across this. Very generous of you! FYI there is a typo in the Joyal SHoCkeD; 12 should be AC
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On 2011-09-25 02:07, krmagic wrote:
This is really cool! Thank you very much! Now I got to learn the aronson stack!

P.S. The pro si stebbins is something I have never heard of. Thanks Lawrence O.

"The Si Stebbins Pro Stack is highly interesting for any card stack enthusiast. Dr. Solka has taken the venerable Si Stebbins Stack and removed an inherent weakness, the rigid alternation of suit colors and strict suit rotation."
http://www.lybrary.com/si-stebbins-pro-p......_id=4881
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I ran across this free app from the apple App Store. It's pretty good for the price.
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Check out this app: http://www.audiostackeddeck.com
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Thanks for sharing this, Joe. That adds to the variety of tasks I can use. Really useful.
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Many thanks, I use your site a lot and I love it Smile
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Is there any memorized stack trainer for the Android Smart Phones that you know about? Thanks for any such information.
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On 2013-09-10 19:01, Turk wrote:
Is there any memorized stack trainer for the Android Smart Phones that you know about? Thanks for any such information.


Good question, and for the Windowsphones ?
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