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There are no Yi-Jing masters

Photo by Nam Hoang on Unsplash We are all Yi-Jing students! But, if you prefer, we are all Yi-Jing masters, to a certain point. It makes people feel more confident if someone is knowledgeable in their domain. The oracle and the Yi First of all we need to clear a misunderstanding. When I started working […]

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Taoscopy Lite for iOS: ads but no more limitations

The free version of Taoscopy for iOS took a little longer than expected, on the one hand because the site needed to be updated, and on the other hand because I decided not to limit the number of readings that the user could record anymore and I therefore integrated ads in the application, which is […]

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Taoscopy gets a new skin

As you can see, Taoscopy has moulted. The changes made on the site are very important and it will still be necessary to spend some time to correct the last problems. However, this version should work better on mobile devices and introduces some new features that I let you discover.

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Taoscopy is back to iOS

After many years of absence, Taoscopy for iOS version 5.0 has been validated by Apple. New features include the ability to create follow-up questions, adding your interpretation to the reading and improved sharing features. The application will be available soon in the App Store, for a price around 10 US$. The Lite version will be […]

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Consulation goes modal

The way you consult Taoscopy has not changed but the consultation opens now in a modal window, which is more helpful for smartphone users. The assistant has disappeared but will return soon with new features. The consultation link should appear at the bottom of your screen if you are using a smartphone. It will make […]

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New version of the comments

The version 5 of the comments is now finalized. Its two main features are the complete translation into English and the addition of follow-up questions. The version 6 will focus on adding titles to the situations and checking the consistency of the comments with the Derivative (Fan Yao), Juncture and Reciprocal. Comments V5 in French […]

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Royal Banana!

Maybe have you noticed that the yellow color is difficult to see on white background, making it difficult to distinguish between the old and young yin, the 6s and the 8s. After several tries, I have resorted to this chart and figured out that I had acceptable results with these two colors, royal and banana. […]

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Taoscopy for Android: update 5.8.0

The new version of Taoscopy for Android is available. This is the last update before the next major version that will dramatically change the project. The Twitter and Facebook buttons are gone, because Taoscopy now uses Android's sharing functionnalities. The stability has been improved and other facets of the hexagram are now available such as […]

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Validating Comments

When I started studying the I Ching, I promptly realized that the hexagrams were describing situations. The comments associated with each hexagram and line either give proper advice, or describe the situation and eventually predict its outcome. This is how I started studying, situation after situation, until I came to a stop because there were […]

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