I like the stroke by stroke feedback Scritter gives you. First off all it makes fun. Second it helps you really learning how to write being less frustrating. After about two or three wrong tries it shows me the next correct stroke and I it can shows me the correct result for a short time. This is very usefull at the beginning because it makes the beginning of learning a new character less less hurting.mikelove said:I'm not really big on that sort of system, actually - I don't like the feedback of drawing a stroke and having it be rejected / disappear. It feels very awkward / frustrating - every user action should come with clear visual confirmation - and it's too easy to write the correct stroke and have it be rejected (or try several different strokes in the top left corner until once of them is accepted).
[...] - but unless there's a ton of user interest I'd rather not add a feature where you draw strokes on a blank screen and they either show up or disappear depending on whether or not they're correct.