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One idea that might be cool is if you were to select a naming convention for the parameters such as a1_1 for the first letter in 1 across for instance than you could show which clues the user had answered correctly/incorrectly.

I really like the idea of being able to take the word galaxy generator to input a clue and then a word. Then Adam's table generator to pretty the output up and your text field functionality to test for correct answers. So anyone could input a set of clues and answers and then have a crossword puzzle and then be able to check whether users have entered correct answers.

ok it's late and I haven't had nearly enough sleep lately. Hopefully some of that made sense. I really like to see group collaboration happening on this crossword puzzle idea.

vroom | Tim Vroom |

In reply to RE: OL Crossword puzzle server/client by vroom
in thread OL Crossword puzzle server/client by wombat

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