File brainworkshop.changes of Package brainworkshop

Fri Aug  4 21:58:48 UTC 2017 -

- switch to system python-pyglet to make Brain Workshop work with
  latest python2

Sun Oct  7 21:00:40 UTC 2012 -

- update to 4.8.4
- specfile cleanup

Thu Mar  5 15:17:02 CET 2009 -

- use commandline option --statsfile to fix os-edu#7c5

Sun Jan 18 20:41:13 CET 2009 -

- update to 4.4:
  + Novice Mode was renamed to Jaeggi Mode.
  + Jaeggi Mode will activate certain options to emulate the 
    appearance of the software used in the original study. Two 
    configuration options were added to control this behavior.
    [Note: to see the new config options, delete your current 
     config file and relaunch Brain Workshop to generate a 
     fresh config.]
  + The data and res directories can now be specified on the 
    command line using the --datadir and --resdir parameters
  + The daily rollover hour for stats can now be specified in the 
    config file.
  + A bug was fixed where certain trials would not show up in the 
    list if the program was launched between midnight and 4 AM.
  + A setting to skip the title screen was added to the config file
  + The grid lines and crosshairs can be toggled in the config file
  + A setting was added to select rounded or sharp corners for the
    solid-color squares.
  + A setting was added to expand the size of the field to fill 
    the screen.
  + Arithmetic Mode: The acceptable decimal answers can be set 
    in the config file.
  + Three new music clips were added.
  + The Clear Stats key (Control-C) is working again.

Mon Dec 15 15:58:13 CET 2008 -

- fix desktop file

Sun Dec 14 18:28:23 CET 2008 -

- fix os-edu#7 : Brainworkshop: Unable to start with user rights
- bzip2 the source to save discspace

Thu Nov 20 15:42:45 CET 2008 -

- update to 4.3:
  + Variable n-back levels can be used with any game mode 
    by pressing V.
  + Sounds for the auditory n-back task can be selected by 
    pressing S.
  + Letter N-Back renamed to Combination N-Back.
  + New Morse Code sounds can be used with any n-back mode.
    For the ultimate challenge try using Morse Code with Dual, 
    Tri or Quad Combination N-Back. Press J to open a Morse 
    Code reference page.
  + Average n-back indicator will only count sessions specific 
    to the current game mode.
  + Progress graphs now start from 1.0 on the vertical axis to 
    give a better overall picture.
  + The cutoff for daily averages is is now 4:00 AM instead of 
  + Music and applause is stopped when entering the progress 
    graph to avoid sound skipping. (The sound may not stop in 
    Linux due to driver limitations.)
  + Config file changes: The starting N-Back mode and game 
    speed is now separately adjustable for each game mode, and 
    some colors can be customized. Variable N-Back can also be set 
    as default. [Note: to see the new config options, delete your 
    current config file and relaunch Brain Workshop to generate 
    a fresh config.]

Sun Nov  9 13:56:41 CET 2008 -

- update to 4.22:
  + There's a new title screen.
  + Launching in Novice Mode will no longer cause a crash.
  + Progress graph: date axis will no longer skip days.
  + Progress graph: data points are now indicated with a dot.
  + Num pad should now work properly with Arithmetic N-Back modes.
  + Difficulty of Dual Variable N-Back has been increased slightly.

Tue Nov  4 10:46:01 CET 2008 -

- update to 4.2:
  + Added new mode to stretch working memory: Dual Variable N-Back.
    The n-back level is displayed in the center and changes
    randomly every 3 seconds.
  + Added single-task n-back modes: Position N-Back and Audio N-Back.
  + Default config file is no longer packaged with the download
    so upgrading to this version won't overwrite existing
    configuration settings. The config file config.ini will be
    created if necessary when BW is launched for the first time.
  + OpenAL is now the default sound driver in Linux if available.
    If you're having sound problems, it may help to install the
    python-openal package.
  + There's no longer any need to install pyglet - It's now included 
    with the source distribution

Tue Oct 28 11:02:51 CET 2008 -

- update to 4.1:
  + The squares in Dual & Triple N-Back have a new look.
  + Individual scores for each input category (position, sound, etc)
    are shown in the graph screen.
  + The number of sessions below 50% required to trigger a
    level decrease has been changed from 1 to 3.
  + New piano sounds are available in the config file to test your
    tonal memory. 
  + Pressing the ESC key during a session will return you to the
    main screen instead of quitting the program.

Wed Oct  8 17:24:11 CEST 2008 -

- update to 3.996:
  + Optional full-screen mode for a larger, distraction-free
    playing field
  + Easy config file provides access to configuration options.
  + Keyboard keys can now be redefined.
  + Feedback for missed cues is displayed.
  + Feedback can be turned off in the config file.

Mon Sep 22 16:23:57 CEST 2008 -

- moved to Education base repository

Fri Sep  5 11:37:47 CEST 2008 -

- initial version 3.1

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