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Stroke order animation 2009/2/27 18:00
I purchased an electronic dictionary from Japan last year and have been using it for my studies. It's a Casio EX-word Dataplus 4 XD-SP6700.
Since it is fairly new, I'm sure that it must have a stroke order animation feature for kanji. The problem is that I don't know where I would find it. Does anyone have any ideas?
by Jeemusu  

... 2009/3/1 18:44
With XD-SP6700, while it has all the essential dictionaries and is quite extensive, it does not seem to have the "Hitsujun dai-jiten" (stroke order dictionary) by Tokyo Shodo Education Association, which seems to show all strokes in brush strokes in animation. If it has a kanji dictionary called "Shin Kanji-rin," then it should have the stroke orders shown in sequence (in still images, not animation).

Above is what I could look up from Casio's website...
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