Scripts and Plugins

Download scripts and plugins to extend Mnemosyne.

Note: some of these third-party plugins and scripts still need to be updated to work with Mnemosyne >=2.4. Please contact the author directly.

IDET Test purposes
DrawAnswerScript ready for testing.

helps with the numbers

This is a script for Mnemosyne makes possible to quickly produce dots (locations) or block out with fields (occlude) an area of an bitmap image for learning the names of those areas in Mnemosyne. Each dot or field is then made into to “map” cards for importing into Mnemosyne via a text file.
Randomizes a list of multiple choice answers. Extract everything into your db_media directory. Insert into front card like this: What is the surname of the actor in Rio Bravo? <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">var choicesArray = new Array("Wayne", "Taylor", "Ford", "Hemingway");</SCRIPT><SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" SRC="scripts/multipleChoice.js"></SCRIPT> .
An example of an importation python script from a html file to a tab-separated file

Plugin to intercept a custom tag of the form in the question and answer text, and open its content in a separate program.

The attached file is not in the '*.plugin' format, since you need to edit it before it does anything useful. So, change the extension to *.py, edit the file and change the following variables to what you want:

tag_name = "my_tag"
tag_program = ["/bin/cat"]

Note: under Windows, you might need to specify the full path of the program location.

This Python 3 script converts the following ~109,000 word English dictionary: into a Mnemosyne card set. Tested on Linux, though no reason it shouldn't work anywhere Python3 does. Download and unpack the dictionary and the script. Run the script in the same directory as the CIDE.[letter] files.

Show statistics abbreviations on the right of the status bar. (v1.0.1)

Users are recommended to also install my another "Card Statistics". The two plugins together will provide all the information you need!

All abbreviations are listed as follows: