Evade the noose by guessing a word in KevSoft’s kHangman

A new release from Kevin Wells is kHangman, a variation on everyone’s favourite game in which the punishment for not successfully guessing a word is to be hanged. Well, virtually, anyway, with an image of a hanging matchstick man drawn piece by piece with each letter guessed incorrectly – your game is over when the image is complete.

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News nybble: TrainTimes version 1.14

Kevin Wells has followed up his recent update to BusTimes with a similar one to TrainTimes, bringing it up to version 1.14. While the purpose of BusTimes is to provide RISC OS users with access to bus stop timetable and bus route information via the Transport API website using Wget, TrainTimes offers similar facilities for trains and stations, and the update to version 1.14 allows station timetables to be saved – either the current time, or one chosen by the user.

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News nybble: Form filler 1.18 released

Another update to Form Filler has been released by Kevin Wells, bringing it up to version 1.18. The program allows you to store a number of text strings, which can be inserted at the cursor when the corresponding button is clicked. A simple solution to cases where you might fill in certain details on a particular form repeatedly, or even use certain details on multiple different forms. The application can store a number of different sets of strings, so any given set could correspond with a particular form – and…

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News nybble: Form filler 1.17 released

As if the first update to Form Filler in over eight years wasn’t enough, Kevin Wells has now put out another. The application allows you to store a number of preset strings of text, ready to be sent to the cursor location at the click of a button, and features an option to use a ‘slim’ version of its main window. This version of the window can therefore be put neatly down one edge of the screen so that it’s not in the way so much, while still easily accessible.…

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News nybble: Form Filler 1.16 released

Receiving its first update in over eight years, Kevin Wells has released a new version of Form Filler. The purpose of the application, as you might guess from its name, is to make it easier to fill in forms online. It does this by sending text it has stored directly to the cursor – which means that form data could also be used for other purposes; any short piece of text you refer to a lot, such as URLs, could be stored in Form Filler to save you typing them…

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