Add audio file to back side of the Dialogue cards

I was excited to see "Dialogue Cards" as an available interactive, however found the usage limited in a second language class.  It would be a true "Dialogue Card" if audio files can be used on both sides of the card.  Students can hear a question on the front side to test themselves and then hear the correct possible responses on the back side.  If the correct responses can only be read, it can't really be called a "dialogue".  If only one audio file is possible, it would be great if you could provide the user the choice to use audio on the back side of the card.  Then, students would be able to read the scenario on the front side of the card and hear what they should say in that situation on the back side. 

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I am able to use Japanese font in Drag and Drop, Flashcards, Dialogue Cards, and Speak the Sets so I assumed I would be able to create a Crossword puzzle using Japanese.  The crossword puzzle cells do not accommodate Japanese font. I would love to have my students be able to do crossword puzzles in Japanese. Would this be possible?

otacke's picture

Hi ichiyo!

Crossword was originally created as contract work for a private company that had specific requirements and those were met. While Crossword supports unicode (and thus also kanji, hiragana and katakana) support for languages that require to type multiple keys for one character was not among the requirements.

There's an experimental branch of the code for supporting Telugu with similar issues, but that's all free time work without any schedule and the solution is still lacking different ways to input characters that require to multiple key strokes.

The code is openly sourced and available at so feel free to hire someone to change the code to support different input modes.