Scrabble Screen Saver – screen saver for scrabble fans. Supports custom dictionaries.
Interface Commands :
“S” Key – Capture Screen.
Space Bar – Open preferences.
Shift/Caps Lock – Display status.
Right Click – Refresh screen.
Mouse Click – Quit application.
A straightforward application for scheduling tasks that are to be performed automatically. It requires you to set up a process and select an action for the process, which can be anything from task execution to task clean up.
TaskLock is a lightweight task scheduler that is capable of recognizing scheduled tasks and give you an alert when a task is about to be completed. The application is specifically meant for Linux, but it can run on a variety of Unix-like operating systems. It does not require any special permissions in order to be executed. However, it can be used without root access if that suits you.
While it is a single-file package, a graphical interface should be acceptable for new users. There are six sections available in the package.
You can set some options from there, including the application’s name and status. Additional tabs allow you to modify each option according to your requirements. An option sets of the task schedule, while the other includes the time the task has to run and the number of repetitions.
Adding an action or project
In this section, you can add a process that you wish to be carried out by the system. Each process includes details about it, such as the process name, task name, etc. Even though it is not required, you can perform tasks on it, as well.
Here, you can view the process overview, including their name, the scheduled time and date, a comment if applicable, and the action that can be performed.
You can take a look at the schedule overview that comprises of the task and the repetition of the task. You can even set the date and time for the task.
Confirm the new schedule. The timeline window will allow you to review your decisions.
The application’s interface can be customized by clicking on the cog in the lower left corner.
Applications that support manual conversions of audio/video files are well-recognized, including batch tools, one-click conversion tools and high-quality video conversion machines. Yet, such tools might not be as useful as you might think. In this respect, you might want to consider the process of converting videos, in particular when file formats or codecs have changed.
MkVConverter is a professional-grade tool that allows you to perform quick batch file conversions between almost any video file format and video codec. The maker of the program strongly recommends you backup your files before processing, but that hasn’t stopped
Comet is a REAL-TIME SIMULATION OF A SKYSCRAPER AS IT TRAVELS IN THE DISTANCE.
What does it do? It places objects around you.
Does it count as real-time? Yes, of course it does. It follows the laws of physics.
Is it easy to play? Of course, it’s really easy to play! Click to go up and down. Aim and click to shoot.
Watch the sky as you play.
Founded in October 2010, TAL Group has grown to the world leader in visual modeling & rendering technology. TAL has released three versions (VX, V7, and now V9). Each version greatly improves on the last.
TAL is also a 100% vertically integrated company and provides a wide range of services including video production, post-production, CGI graphics and content creation, training, animation production and motion graphics as well as 3D modeling and rendering.
You can use it to easily create brand new graphics.
Requires C++ for Windows and Open GL.
Requires Intel 4.0+.
Windows XP SP2, Vista SP1, Windows 7 and higher
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo or higher.
Memory: 2 GB RAM.
OpenGL Driver: Intel Graphics card.
Graphics: 2D Graphics Card.
Video card: NVidia C5130, AMD Radeon HD 3970 or higher.
Graphic card: 1 GB RAM.
Hard Drive: 2 GB RAM.
Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon 64 X2.
Screen Resolution: 1024×768.
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TAL/JOSH is a free, shareware application for the creation and editing of 2D and 3D meshes of human bodies and figures.
It is also able to edit and to create sets of textures for use in 3D rendering and video games. You can also export meshes to other applications such as 3D Studio max, Unreal engine, etc.
TAL/JOSH takes advantage of the power and efficiency of native OpenGL to create content using very high definition meshes.
This application should be compatible with NVIDIA, ATI and Intel cards, and will work fine with any kind of graphic cards!
TAL/JOSH is a very powerful and flexible application.
Using TAL/JOSH you will be able to
Comet is a peer-to-peer chat program where you can draw to your buddies as well as type to them. It provides many features that are found in chat programs such as Invites, Privacy, Secret Chat, Logging and Sudo. A fully redesigned desktop client allows you to draw on the screen, crop the image, rotate the image, enhance the colors, enhance the contrast, sharpen, and many more features. Many different colors, effects and skins are available, including the ability to change the background color.
Wallpapers are a very common content type for stores or service sites, but there’s no much interaction between users or in-jokes. If you’re looking for a way to spice up your World of Warcraft wallpaper, here’s a Google Chrome extension that can help.
The extension, called World of Warcraft API, plugs itself into the game and uses it to pull in an image-processing suite called “GoodGopher.” The author of the extension, Longin Yian, is a very active developer and community manager who wants to open up the game to developers and integrate features from other add-on sites.
World of Warcraft API has support for over a dozen sites, including wallpapershack, skin.sytes.net, and others, allowing users to take advantage of them.
Besides adding in-game images to a users desktop, it also provides a button to get easy access to the full list of in-game skins and other content. At this time, there are only around 40 of them, most being other player-made content, but with several more to be added in the future.
While there are some basic functions that are built-in, such as rotating an image, and the ability to look at the game from a third-person perspective, there are far more things you can do. Some of the other things are: manually add and remove a background image, tiled images, scale images, and even add text to a background image, or the ability to disable the music as well as several things for hacking.
While it’s clearly very basic right now, it’s also free and open-source. The only way I see it going is that if there’s a large enough demand for it, it can be paid for like moneywallpapershack has done.
With being relatively basic for World of Warcraft API at this time, it’s actually rather powerful and useful. If you feel is lacking in features, then create your own, because there is no
Comet is intended for users who live for a fast, safe and convenient file transfer.
Comet is designed to be a standard FTP client. It can browse your local directory trees and network shares and you can copy files to any location on your local file system. On the network side it supports FTP, FTPS and SFTP.
Comet supports simultaneous transfers and resume of transfers. The resume feature is very useful when it is necessary to quickly retrieve large amounts of data, especially from a wireless connection. Comet allows to retreive from the source, in the background, even when the FTP session is not active, which makes it especially well suited for wireless users.
Comet supports completion of uploads and downloads through FTP, FTPS and SFTP transfers. Comet is capable of doing bulk transfers to a remote FTP site, FTP site tree or SFTP server. It can act as a file manager, or in passive mode via the SOCKS5 Proxy. Both parallel and sequential transfers can be used for the bulk transfers.
Comet has built-in templates for cloning and syncing to an FTP server. It is possible to transfer to an FTP server a template of directories that contains all the sub-directories and their corresponding content. Comet supports the use of all file and directory attributes.
Comet supports drag-and-drop of files between local and remote locations, drag-and-drop of a local file to an FTP, SFTP or FTPS destination, copy and paste of files, FTP, FTPS, FTP, FTP, FTP, SFTP, FTPS and FTP transfers.
Multiple files and multiple directories can be selected by mouse. Multiple files, or multiple directories can be moved and copied.
The main difference between comet and other utilities is that it has a 3-D graphic user interface, which improves usability and allows you to work with more ease.
The following features are fully supported:
Text menu items:
– Copy to remote directory;
– Copy to remote directory tree;
– Synchronize to remote FTP server;
– Synchronize to remote FTP server tree;
– Drag and drop to remote directory tree;
– Drag and drop to remote directory;
– FTP, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTPS, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTPS, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTP, FTPS, FTP, FTP, FTP,
OS: Windows 7 (SP1) 64bit or higher
Processor: Intel Core i5-3570K or equivalent
Memory: 8GB RAM
Hard Drive: 64GB (S.M.A.R.T. is supported)
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 660 or equivalent
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Input Device: Keyboard, mouse
Additional Notes: 1) This is an Alpha build. 2) DOOM-like keys.
Compatible with the following keyboard shortcuts: