A long due release, Tagaini Jisho 0.2.5 is finally available for Linux, Windows and MacOS.
An important milestone, this release switches to CMake for easier building and many of the internals have been rewritten and made more robust.
Feature-wise, a radical and components based kanji search and input panel makes it easier than never to find and input mysterious kanji. If you can only recognize or input one of the components of an unknown kanji, then you found the beginning of the thread and just need to follow it up to the kanji you are looking for.
Hierarchical and ordered lists also make their entrance, providing an additional way to organize and study entries. Book readers who want to organize new vocabulary and kanji by chapter and need to print booklets featuring them by order of appearance, rejoice!
A clipboard-search feature has also appeared, which automatically looks up the clipboard contents as it changes.
Due to the introduction of lists, the user interface has also been somehow redesigned, and now features hideable and movable parts to let you organize the layout according to your study. Some improvements are particularly notable on Windows, where the popup windows finally behave as they should and close when the clicks outside them.