Cryptogram Puzzle Tool helps solve the simple cryptogram puzzles that appear in the daily newspapers. While these puzzles can often be solved almost by inspection, CPT4 provides a handy tool the ones that turn out to be not quite so easy. If you just want a little bookkeeping help, CPT4 will instantly update all occurances of the new assignments as well as provide frequency and used/not-used letter lists as you drag-and-drop or key in suspected solution letters. But if you'd rather have the computer do the work, the automatic solution algorithm will usually come very close to a complete solution in just a few seconds. CPT4 can also create new puzzles from keyed in plaintext or from a file.
|Tags||Games/Entertainment Puzzle Games|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release changes fixed width font logic, including special cursor logic using the fixed fonts, to preprocessed fonts supplied as C header files, instead of using Pango routines and arbitrary fonts. It has been updated to use glib 2.6.1, Gtk+2.6.1, Pango 1.8.0, atk 1.9.0, and associated packages as supplied in Slackware 10.0. Functionality is virtually unchanged.
Release Notes: The source code was changed to be compatible with glib-2.2.3, pango-1.2.5, atk-1.2.4, and gtk+-2.2.4, without using any deprecated functions. Basic program functionality was not changed. Other releases including three shared library executables and a stripped statically linked executable remain on the home site.
Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement