Xjig Manager provides an easy way to launch Xjig, the jigsaw program. It allows you to preview images, set puzzle width, select piece size, swap mouse buttons, fix rotation angle to 90 degrees, set piece distortion, set shadow, set animation speed, and perform piece flipping and cropping. The 'no shuffle' option is good as a starter for younger children. It works with PNG, GIF, JPG, and BMP images. There is an image preview that can be seen as a floating picture while you solve the puzzle.
xJigsaw combines xjig with a simple GUI which allows easy creation of jigsaw puzzles. There is no need to install xJigsaw, and it does not need xjig. Everything is in a single file. Just download it, unzip it, and run it. It works with png, gif, jpg, tif, and bmp images, and offers image previews. The user can fix the rotation angle of puzzle pieces when dragging and can choose different shapes for the puzzle pieces. Puzzle pieces snap to 90 degree angles. The user can swap mouse buttons, set the width of the puzzle, and set the number of puzzle pieces.
GenScriber is a transcription editor for census records, church records, birth, marriage ,baptisms, burials, index records, etc. Data can be entered in a spreadsheet grid, or a word processor text editor. Both types of input provide stable, non-volatile editors, designed for genealogical data input. All cell inputs are alphanumeric. No assumptions are made about the data type. Dates and values remain exactly as you entered them. The worksheet and text pad work independently. They can be used to edit different data by switching between the tabs. It is of course possibly to copy/paste data between the editors.
CsvFileSearch is a simple search utility that provides easy searching of multiple CSV files. It will scan a specific folder (and sub folders) for CSV files, and all CSV files found will be searched. The search results are displayed as tabulate tables. There is a separate block for each file. The CSV files may have any number of columns and different column titles. They can be comma, semicolon, or tab separated. The column titles found on the first row of the searched file are used as the headings for the search result block.