Please adjust parameters below to customize your sheet.
Normally you download memorization, recall and arbiter sheets as separate pdf files. With this parameter you get the option to download these sheets combined into one pdf file. For example, the option "Memorization + Recall Sheet" will create a pdf file with the recall sheet appended to the end of the memorization sheet.Orientation
Paper orientation: Landscape or Portrait. Different disciplines have different default orientation (e.g. numbers = portrait, words = landscape)."Example" Overlay
If True, put a big tilted and transparent "Example" string in the center of the document. This is useful if competition organizers want to hand out example sheets to competitors (which will be easy to distinguish from actual competition sheets, and minimize the risk of mixing-up papers).
These parameters creates a grid of lines on top of the memorization sheet in order to make the data more readable. Please have a look at the examples collected at the end of this page.Grid Pattern
Most memory athletes group items together in chunks when memorizing. This parameter adds horizontal and vertical grid lines that encapsulates these chunk of data - in order to make them more readable. If left empty, no grid lines will be drawn. If non-empty, it must be a comma-separated sequence of positive numbers. For example, if you memorize numbers by grouping them into 2-digit numbers, then you want a Grid Pattern equal to "2".
After each integer, you may optionally specify a color. The syntax is "integer:color", where color is either the english name of the color, e.g. "blue" or a html color code, e.g. "#00FF00".
Please see the examples below to get a better overview.Pattern Width
Many memory athletes memorize numbers one row at a time. This corresponds to Pattern Width = 1, which will make a horizontal line to be drawn between each row. Pattern Width = 2 will make a horizontal line between every second row. Note: If Grid Direction = Vertical, then the Pattern Width will be interpreted as where to draw vertical lines between columns instead.
Please see the examples below to get a better overview.
If Pattern Width is a negative number, it will have the same effect as the non-negative number, but no horizontal lines will be drawn.Grid Direction
Grid direction decides in which direction the grid pattern is read. If Horizontal, you are supposed to read the chunks from left to right - "row by row". If Vertical, you read the chunks from top to bottom - "column by column".Flip Horizontally
If True, the grid lines gets flipped horizontally. Everything else stays the same. This may be useful if you like to memorize by reading from the right to the left of the page.Flip Vertically
If True, the grid lines gets flipped vertically. Everything else stays the same. This may be useful if you like to memorize by reading from the bottom to the top of the page.Grid Line Width
Change the grid line's thickness. Higher value implies thicker lines.Grid Line Color
Change line color. Default value is black. Enter the english name of the color, for example red, green, blue, etc. You can also select color by using html syntax, for example #00FF00 (which will make a green color).
If True, print digits, words, cards, etc. in bold font.Card Colors
This option is used to select which color the four different suits will have. By default spades and clubs will be black and diamonds and hearts will be red. If you select option "black/red/green/blue" you get a "4-color deck" where clubs are green and diamonds are blue.Card Value Symbols
This option modifies how the card rank symbols are printed. E.g. if Queen should be printed as Q or D, etc.Card Suite Symbols
This option modifies how the card suite symbols are printed. E.g. if spades should be printed as ♠, S or 0, etc.
Sheet title printed in top center of header.Top left
Header text top left.Top right
Header text top right.Bottom left
Header text bottom left.Bottom right
Header text bottom right.
Basic example of a Grid Pattern grouping the numbers into 2-digit chunks.