New feature added to SCRABBLE® Cheat. For users wanting a simple way to find words conatining letters not adjacent we added a textbox labeled "Contain separated letters:"
which is currently colored green to show its a new feature. Use the + letter to mean any letter will do for matching; T+++S or A+B or M++++Y. Now you can find two letters in a word
that are not next to each other. For example, a user wants words that have a B then any two letters and then a R.
So just like normal you put your letters in the main textbox at the top and in the textbos for "Contain separated letters:" B++R is what you would put.
So try it, put REDABOIL in the main textbox and B++R in the green "Contain separated letters:" textbox and submit. You should get a few words like BEDRAIL for incstance.
See how it has a B then the user doesn't care about the next two letters. So any letters will do for the next two which is ED. Then a R must come and this fits BEDRAIL perfectly.
Notice the match can come anywhere in the word and not just at the beginning since it found the word ABLER where B is the second letter. We hope this makes your seaching faster and easier.
We do know a short coming is if there are multiple same letters as currently this filter stops on the first match and doesn't continue searching for other matches if the word is long.
We will find a way to handle this if this feature is liked and gets a lot of use.
August 10, 2011
At Werribee Open Range Zoo in Victoria Australia and only the hood of the car is outside the glass cage with lions.
August 10, 2011
Nice pictures of Europe. I scanned this for viruses and its clean.
Enjoy the scenery from up high in his plane. Fly Over Europe
August 9, 2011
Be sure to listen to the experts.
January 15, 2011
November 3, 2010
Google Maps need some work.
Check out item 43 on this picture. In Google Maps if you choose directions from Japan to China you get this map.
Google Maps Funny Directions.
March 21, 2010
Oracle sues Google over Java use in Android.
Oracle has filed for money damages from Google for allegedly infringing on seven patents and copyrights relating to Java.
Clamining that Google had ignored Sun's patent portfolio since the middle of last decade and had even hired ppeople from Sun's Java team in
the years before Oracle's buyout of Sun. The patent fringing damages allegedly Oracle as Android competes directly with Java as a phone platform,
usings apps and as a phone OS itself. The suit calls for an unmentioned amount of damages and would also force Google to have any
violating software "impounded and destroyed."
Problem is Sun open-sourced Java in 2006 and may have effectively passed on a valid license to Google by extension.
Any lawyer will tell you the same. How can you sue for patents in use by Java when it is free for public use.
An interesting side note. Apple's iphone does not use any Java based software at all.
March 21, 2010
Amazing nature pictures following a train around.
Shows all kinds of nature scenes, amazing.
Safari and Internet Explorer are the two most popular web browsers. Google tracks our visitors
non personal data and this is one bit they report. I tried Safari browser and it isn't bad. I don't
have a preference myself. Third place goes to Firefox by Mozilla.
December 2, 2009
What are the top 10 SCRABBLE® Cheat states. Here is a list of the states with the most
SCRABBLE® Cheat players. This is for the week ending November 28, 2009. This is just for the United States.
California , Texas, New York, Florida, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Washington, Massachusetts, New Jersey.
London would be #1 if it was included.
Sydney, Melbourne would be 5 and 6 if included.
September 1, 2009
SCRABBLE® Cheat update. *Update 8-31-2011 - We now provide open source Dictionaries.
One smaller one we call Standard for tournament players that USA and Canada will like best.
A second dictionary called Largest which has every word we could find.
August 18, 2009
SCRABBLE® cheat update. More features added to our SCRABBLE® Solver engine.
We have added word values to SCRABBLE® Cheat. A checkbox labeled 'show word values'
next to the input textbox toggles showing word values on and off for SCRABBLE® Cheat.
The other feature for searching for specific letters in a specific position.
There is a checkbox corresponding to each position in the word, up to the tenth position.
Checking a specific checkbox binds that letter to that position and any search will only
output words with that letter in that position. Try out the new features,
August 6, 2009
Anagram solver same functionality as SCRABBLE® Cheat
SCRABBLE® Cheat is the perfect anagram solver. Any person needing an can be sent
here. An anagram is the ability
to come up with words based on specific letters, exactly what
SCRABBLE® cheat does. It is the
perfect anagram solver. We will do our best to market SCRABBLE® cheat as an anagram solver so
people can find anagrams faster. We will add anagram solver to all the search engines, Google, Bing, Yahoo.
Smaller search engines like aol already have us as an anagram solver for some reason. So next time
a friend needs an anagram solver send them to our site SCRABBLE® Cheat
and save them time.
SCRABBLE® Cheat launch was successful. We wanted a program to decode SCRABBLE® letters
and we couldn't find one. After one month we had a website that did just that.
We put the application in our website so others could use SCRABBLE® Cheat as well.
SCRABBLE® Cheat is up 24-7 365 days a week.