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1st Video on playing Virtual Playing Cards uploaded to YouTube

Check it out! A simple video tutorial on using and playing Virtual Playing Cards has been uploaded to YouTube.

More » — Thu, Jan 19 2012

Button added to deal Virtual Playing Cards to 4 virtual locations or players

The "Deal Cards" button can be clicked to deal the virtual playing cards to 4 locations or players.

More » — Sun, Jan 15 2012

Virtual Playing Cards can be rotated like the real ones

Finally, you can rotate the virtual playing cards to your liking. It is accomplished by using CSS Transform and jQuery. Non-supported browsers, such as IE 8, will not allow rotation.

More » — Thu, Jan 12 2012

Buttons added for Elimination Techniques (CRME, Only Candidate) in online jQuery Sudoku program

Simply click on the button for CRME, or Only Candidate a few times to eliminate candidates and get closer to the answer to your Sudoku puzzle. More Elimination Techniques will be added soon.

More » — Fri, Jan 6 2012

Joined Facebook & other Social Networking Sites

Signed up and joined Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+ — the BIG 4.

More » — Sat, Dec 3 2011

Option for left-clicking for number in Sudoku entries

After checking in the box for the option in Sudoku, you may click to bring out a context menu and select a number. Right-clicking also brings out the context menu with numbers. When left-clicking is prefered over right-clicking to input numbers without using keyboard, this option can be used.

More » — Fri, Dec 2 2011

PRINT button added for Sudoku program

Print yourself a Sudoku puzzle, so you can solve it on a piece of paper at your convenience.

More » — Thu, Dec 1 2011

Level of Difficulty can be selected on Sudoku program

Select easy, medium or hard level for your Sudoku puzzle.

More » — Sun, Nov 13 2011

Virtual Playing Cards can now be flipped

Due to single- and double-clicking issues across some browsers, double-clicking on a card did not flip it. The fix was implemented according to the solution by Jacek Becela. The major difference is that the click event is replaced with the mousedown event.

Tested across some major browsers. It worked on Chrome. Previously, Chrome was the only browser not working fully on Windows.

Thank you for reporting the problem.

More » — Sat, Oct 29 2011

Access Keys added for easy keyboard access

Simply press Alt + SHIFT on Windows and the key which is underlined to jump to the corresponding button or link and activate it. Keys to press are different on different browsers and Operating System. For example, use CTR + OPT on Mac.

More » — Fri, Oct 28 2011

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