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bio website joshuacarmody.com
location Livonia
age 32
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Professional developer since 2000. Currently Senior Developer at Virtual Advantage. I work on ScoutCMS.


Sep
25
comment Is there an “official” font or other writing standard that should be used when teaching kanji?
Thanks. It looks like that is indeed what I need. Now I just have to find a 教科書体 font that is licensed in such a way that I can distribute it.
Sep
25
accepted Is there an “official” font or other writing standard that should be used when teaching kanji?
Sep
25
comment Is there an “official” font or other writing standard that should be used when teaching kanji?
@comeauch On further examination it seems the license for that font doesn't allow for distribution, which could be a problem. But at least I have an idea what to look for now.
Sep
24
awarded  Yearling
Sep
24
comment Is there an “official” font or other writing standard that should be used when teaching kanji?
@comeauch - I found the font you were talking about here: epson.jp/download2/printer/driver/win/page/ttf30.htm. Thanks for the recommendation!
Sep
23
awarded  Editor
Sep
23
revised How is “gomen” used?
Corrected answer based on feedback in comment
Sep
23
comment How is “gomen” used?
@DariusJahandarie - Fair enough. As I admitted, I was only speculating. I'll add your reference to my answer.
Sep
23
awarded  Teacher
Sep
23
awarded  Custodian
Sep
23
reviewed Excellent Causative form + te form + another verb construction
Sep
23
reviewed Needs Improvement I do not understand the meaning of として in the sentence
Sep
23
comment How is “gomen” used?
@Rilakkuma I've heard people in the Nagoya area say ごめんください when walking into a neighbor's yard without their perimssion. Like saying お邪魔します when entering a house.
Sep
23
answered How is “gomen” used?
Sep
23
asked Is there an “official” font or other writing standard that should be used when teaching kanji?
Jan
2
awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
8
awarded  Scholar
Dec
8
accepted Business Japanese: what's the proper way to say “please visit [this URL]”?
Dec
7
awarded  Student
Dec
7
asked Business Japanese: what's the proper way to say “please visit [this URL]”?