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Un dastumadeg obererezhioù ha c'hoarioù kelennadel evit ar vugale etre 2 vloaz ha 10 vloaz eo GCompris.

Obererezhioù zo a zo troet davit c'hoarioù, chom a reont kelennadel avat.

Here is the list of activity categories with some examples:

  • dizoleiñ an urzhiataerioù : klavier, logodenn, jestroù disheñvel gant al logodenn...
  • lenn : pleustriñ war al lenn
  • niveroniezh : taolennoù evit an eñvor, an niveriñ, taolennoù dre zaouenmoned, skeudennoù dre velezour...
  • skiantoù : skluz war ar ster, kelc'hiad an dour, ar splujerez, an darvanadur tredan...
  • geography: countries, regions, culture ...
  • c'hoarioù : echedoù, eñvor, oware, sudoku...
  • other: colors, shapes, Braille, learn to tell time ...

Ouzhpenn 100 obererezh zo kinniget gant GCompris ha reoù all zo war ar stern. Ur meziant digor eo GComplris, da lavarout eo ez oc'h aotreet da azasaat ar meziant diouzh hoc'h ezhommoù, d'e wellaat hag ar pep pouezusañ, aotreet oc'h da rannañ GCompris gant an holl vugale er bed.

The GCompris project is hosted and developed by the KDE community.

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GCompris is back on Mac OSX
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Good news for Mac users: we finally have a new version of GCompris for OSX !

The last version of GCompris for OSX was 0.52 from 3 years ago. Since then, no one in the team could update it because of the lack of hardware. Thanks to Boudewijn from the Krita Foundation, we have now a little mac mini, old but good enough to build our packages. It took me several days of dedicated work to learn this new platform and update the build system to produce a distributable package.

This package was built and tested on OSX 10.13. If you can try it on a different OSX version, please let us know if it works.

The .dmg installer is available on the download page.

This time we decided to stop distributing it from the app-store. About the iOS version, it will take some more time before I can look at it, and we still don't have any device to test.

Notes: this package is based on GCompris version 0.95. It is built with the latest version of Qt (5.12.0) which introduced some regressions. We fixed all of those issues, but some of those fixes are only in the development version for now. A few activities are broken (checkers, braille, braille_alphabet, algorithm), but we will make a new release next month that will also address those little issues.

Thank you all,
Timothée - GCompris team

Release GCompris 0.95
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We are pleased to announce the release of GCompris version 0.95.

This new version contains 7 new activities:

  • Binary bulbs: to learn how to count in binary
  • Railroad activity: to train visual memory
  • Solar System: to learn about our solar system
  • Name that Note: to learn to recognize musical notes and their names
  • Play Piano: to train reading notes on a score
  • Play Rhythm: to train following a musical rhythm
  • Piano Composition: to learn composition of a musical score

  • You can find packages of this new version for Linux and Windows on the download page. This update will also be available in a few days on the Android and Windows store. For Raspberry Pi, we'll provide an installer in the beginning of 2019. The updated versions for MacOS and iOS are still not available, we hope to be able to release those during next year.

    On the translation side, we have 15 languages fully supported: British English, Catalan, Catalan (Valencian), Chinese Traditional, Dutch, French, Galician, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Malayalam, Portuguese, Romanian, Swedish, Ukrainian.
    We also have 19 languages partially supported: Basque (78%), Belarusian (69%), Brazilian Portuguese (74%), Breton (54%), Chinese Simplified (69%), Estonian (63%), Finnish (61%), German (86%), Hindi (77%), Indonesian (84%), Irish Gaelic (82%), Norwegian Nynorsk (89%), Russian (74%), Scottish Gaelic (71%), Slovak (62%), Slovenian (57%), Spanish (95%), Polish (94%), Turkish (74%).

    Usually we only ship translations that are at least 80% complete. However for this release, several translations dropped below 80%. We decided to keep them exceptionally for this release, and hope to see former or new translators complete those translations. If we get updates or new translations, we will make a release update for those.
    So if your language is in the partially supported list, or is not yet supported at all, and you want to help, please contact us and we will give you instructions to get started translating.

    Another way to help is to write some posts in your community about GCompris, and don't hesitate to give us feedbacks.


  • On Linux and Windows, we used to have two separate installers for OpenGL and software rendering. Now both rendering modes are available from the same installer. By default we try to use the OpenGL rendering, and if not working, we show an error and switch to the software rendering. This automatic switch is new and may not work everywhere. In case it doesn't, you can manually select the software rendering mode by editing the configuration file (in ~/.config/gcompris/gcompris-qt.conf for Linux, %LocalAppData%/gcompris/GCompris.conf for Windows): find the line "renderer=auto", replace auto with software and save the file. We are also interested to get some feedback to help us improve this auto-detection.
  • For the Malayalam language, we noticed some issues with the default font "Andika-R". We recommend Malayalam users to select the font Noto-Sans-Malayalam from the application menu (if it is not available in the list you need to install this font on your system to be able to select it).
  • Thank you all,
    Timothée & Johnny

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