#302 Wordsearch Module - Version 0.2beta

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2008-04-06
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Here's a very early beta version of a wordsearch module
I put together this morning using the Wordsearch6 java
applet. It has partial support for Word Search Factory
V3 lists, but not all of them (UTF-16 issues). Just
unzip into your modules directory and call it with...

module.php?mod=wordsearch

I don't know if I'll be updating it, it suits my needs
as it is, but I thought I'd make it available incase
someone want's to improve it :)

Patrick

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  • Patrick Kellum

    Patrick Kellum - 2008-04-06

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    Removed old version, had security hole.

     
  • Patrick Kellum

    Patrick Kellum - 2008-04-06
    • assigned_to: nobody --> pkellum
    • summary: Wordsearch Module - very early beta --> Wordsearch Module - Version 0.2beta
     
  • Patrick Kellum

    Patrick Kellum - 2008-04-06

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    File Added: wordsearch0.2beta.zip

     
  • Patrick Kellum

    Patrick Kellum - 2008-04-06

    Mordsearch Module Version 0.2beta

     
  • Patrick Kellum

    Patrick Kellum - 2008-04-06

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    New version after nearly 3 years LOL.

    Version 0.2beta: April 5th, 2008

    * Replaced Word Search Factory V3 support, was awful before, I don't know what I was thinking.
    You need to replace spaces in the filenames with an underscore. Also remove any ' you find.
    Also fixed the url, seems they changed it.
    http://www.schoolhousetech.com/vocabulary/WordLists.aspx

    * Added a configuration file for greater control. Includes a number of new options.
    Please see the config.ini file for a description of all options.

    * Fixed a bug in the CSS color parsing code, it would crash on the rgb(255,255,255) construct.

    * Fixed a serious security issue.

     

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