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Registry window

Registries are sorted sets of objects used in SuperMemo such as texts, images, sounds, fonts, etc.
By using registries, SuperMemo reduces the overall size of knowledge collections and makes it easy to reuse objects already introduced into the current collection. For more information about registries see: Using registries.

All existing registries can be accessed on the Search submenu of the main window.
A registry window is used to access individual members of a registry and is composed of the following panes:


Professional level

Right click over the registry window opens the registry pop-up menu with advanced operations on the registry.


Frequently Asked Questions


(Volker Goretzki, Germany, May 6, 1997)
Question:
I would like to remove all occurrences of a string 'xxxx' from a collection. What is the simplest way?
Answer:
(1) Choose Search : Text, (2) choose Find and replace on the menu, e.g. by pressing Ctrl+R, (3) type in 'xxxx' in Find what field, (4) leave Replace with empty, and (5) choose Replace All


(Dusko Ivanisevic, New Zealand, Oct 1, 1998)
Question:
How can I add phonetic transcription to some words?
Answer:
Press Ctrl+Alt+P and type in the word and its transcription. If the transcription dialog does not appear, you have not chosen phonetic transcription in Options. In such a case do the following:

  1. Choose Tools : Options : Language : Phonetic transcription
  2. Select ready-made transcription file or type in a name for new phonetic transcription registry (in the latter case, you will be building phonetic transcription registry from scratch)
  3. If necessary, choose Font on the left to select phonetic transcription font (e.g. IPA font available from Advanced English)
  4. Once a given word appears on the screen, press Alt+Y to transliterate all texts (or use on-mouse-move transliteration)