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Old October 29th, 2013, 11:03 PM   #1499 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by mikedt View Post
Currently having a closer look at some of the KDE educational software, for possible uses in my work.

This one seems promising, KGeography.
I just installed it; it looks promising. I played around with the US map, tried out a few of the tests (oh dear...my geography is much rustier than I thought, but I knew all the state capitals!). I didn't see any errors, but I dislike how a state, once selected as an answer, isn't dimmed out or something to show you've already correctly selected it.

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Although I've spotted one error in it, It thinks Northern Ireland is not part of the United Kingdom. What would be the best way to get that fixed? - bug report?
The KDE Education Project - KGeography - Geography Trainer
Yes, definitely a bug report. However, its Help | About info says to file bugs at bugs.kde.org, so that's where I'd do it; here's their page there.
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