Commons talk:Stroke Order Project/Simplified Chinese progress

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Splitting this page up[edit]

Please see the discussion at Commons talk:CJK stroke order project#Chinese stroke order on splitting the page up to reduce the number of parser function calls made here. --Swift (talk) 06:22, 4 November 2008 (UTC)

Incorrect stroke count[edit]

Does No. 14 have four or five strokes? The current count is five, but all the images look like four.

How to download all images, gif, png files?[edit]

Is there an automated way to download all linked png and gif files?

Commons_talk:Stroke_Order_Project#Download_and_use_of_the_stroke_order_images Yug (talk) 23:29, 24 July 2011 (UTC)

Thanks, nice to know the project is still alive. I'll be using the images to create my personal flashcards deck.

PS: if you create a publicly available tool (free or for profit), please share the link with us. We will be happy to see our work used ; ) Yug (talk) 10:42, 27 July 2011 (UTC)
I'll happily share my work, well it's also built on someone else's work.. I'm trying to add stroke order images to this >>

Traditional or simplified?[edit]

The page is titled "Simplified Chinese progress" but the table includes both simplified and traditional characters (e.g. No. 16 这 and 這).

It is also unclear which characters are simplified and which are traditional. Sometime a frequency appear twice such as №19 and the simplified character appears first. Other times it is the other way around such as №31. What gives?

Some frequencies are missing such as №4 (I guess wo3 should be there?).

Some frequencies are missing the simplified character such as №59.

Incorrect stroke order for 请[edit]

The bw.png diagram for 请 has the strokes in Japanese order, not PRC order. The top-right component is where the difference is.