KrossWordPuzzle is a crossword playing game and editor. Contents 1 Introduction 2 Screenshots 3 Features 4 More Help is on these Pages 5 Using KrossWordPuzzle 6 Settings 7 Crossword Types Introduction You can use KrossWordPuzzle to play crosswords or to create new crosswords. It can open and save *.puz-files (AcrossLite) and it's own *.kwp files (which are XML files) or *.kwpz (which are compressed *.kwp files). You can download lots of crosswords from within the game. KrossWordPuzzle is a community app See footnote . Screenshots TODO: More screenshots Features Many crossword types: American Swedish Number Puzzle Crossnumber User defined crossword types based on a set of rules Barred crosswords can be played/designed in each type (bars added automatically) See Crossword Types for a detailed description of the different crossword types Many cell types: Empty Cells Letter Cells Clue Cells (containing the clue text, eg. for swedish crosswords) Double Clue Cells (two half clue cells inside one cell in the crossword grid) Image cells (can be stretched across multiple cells, can display local or remote images) Solution Letter Cells (all solution letter cells of a crossword form it's solution word) A Library, to store crosswords in Add crosswords in different file formats to the library (.puz, .kwp, .kwpz) Download lots of .puz-crosswords from the Internet directly into the library Export to many file formats (.puz, .kwp, .kwpz, .pdf, .ps, .png, .jpg) Thumb creator for crossword files. It's used to get thumbnails for crosswords in the library. Can also be enabled for crossword files in dolphin. Print crosswords, print preview Themes. There are currently three themes available: Default, Scribble and an Egyptian theme. Features in Playing Mode (edit mode not enabled) Give hints, check and solve whole crosswords or single answers/letters Set confidence values for filled out letter cells Clue list in a dock, which also shows the current answers Eraser tool to clear letter cells / whole clue answers Context menus for all cells Easy navigation using the mouse and/or the keyboard, there are also navigation commands in the Move menu and in the toolbar Fill out crosswords by selecting clues and writing the answer with the keyboard directly in the crossword view Edit crosswords (edit mode) Add / remove / change clues and images Change correct letters Interactively change selected cells in a dock (clue texts / orientation / answer offset / dictionary / ..., image sources / cell span / ...) Convert between crossword types Resize the crossword grid Move all cells in the grid Interactively change answer-lengths by dragging a bar after the last letter cell of a clue Check for 180 degree rotation symmetry View statistics Templates for new crosswords Undo / redo for all edit actions. The undo stack can also be saved with the crossword in XML files A dictionary to find matching answers for new clues A solution word can be defined by converting some letter cells to "solution letter cells". The solution word is displayed in a toolbar Context menus for editing Restore lost crosswords after a crash of the game (hopefully there is none ;)). More Help is on these Pages Using KrossWordPuzzle - Solve crosswords or create new ones Using KrossWordPuzzle Information This chapter explains the use of KrossWordPuzzle as game and as crossword creator/editor. Go to this chapter TODO: Higher resolution Settings Information This chapter explains the settings of KrossWordPuzzle. Go to this chapter TODO: Higher resolution Crossword Types Information This chapter gives an overview of supported crossword types and information on how to create a custom crossword type based on a set of rules. Go to this chapter TODO: Higher resolution KrossWordPuzzle has a page on kde-apps.org, where you can download the latest sources and binary packages for various distributions. Support for this application can be found from the project's home page Retrieved from "https://userbase.kde.org/index.php?title=User:Fpuelz&oldid=177885" Category: Games This page was last edited on 16 June 2011, at 15:54. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.