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Am I missing something? you need to distinguish a resource is reliable, or, dubious 😸 the ministry of education, taiwan 🇹🇼 maintained a site for learning stroke order: https://stroke-order.learningweb.moe.edu.tw/characters.do?lang=zh_TW 爾: https://stroke-order.learningweb.moe.edu.tw/charactersQueryResult.do?words=爾&lang=zh_TW&csrfPreventionSalt=...


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I've been using a code made by ThoreBor (check out his anki addons for Chinese learning, they're really useful) that inputs stroke order animations onto my stroke order cards https://github.com/ThoreBor/Hanzi-Writer-for-Anki/blob/master/anki_hanzi_writer_without_dropdown.html It uses the animations from hanziwriter.org . I'm also using the Fluent Forever ...


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A free option is TOFU Learn which is what I've been using for years. It has the HSK decks already available, and it's simple enough to write your own (and import the pinyin and definitions from CC-EDICT etc.). I'm unwilling to pay for Skritter (which is undoubtedly better) simply because it's too expensive when there is a perfectly good free alternative. ...


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