"You have no idea how the situation of the movement and H has literally changed overnight... We've suddenly become 'acceptable' in polite society. People who would previously have given H a wide berth now suddenly have to talk with him."
— Rudolph Hess, quoted in Volker Ullrich's Hitler: Ascent, 1889-1939, writing about the Nazi's first large electoral success. 'H' is Adolf Hitler.
"You know things are looking grim for President Trump when he starts tweeting about Hillary Clinton again. Monday evening he sounded trapped and wounded: 'Why isn’t the House Intelligence Committee looking into the Bill & Hillary deal that allowed big Uranium to go to Russia, Russian speech.' Well, perhaps it is because she is not president, did not hold back her tax returns, did not constantly cheer for Vladimir Putin, did not hire a host of pro-Putin flunkies and did not have aides who lied about contact with Russian officials."
— Jennifer Rubin in The Washington Post
Word-finding game — Free, open source — Windows — C#, Windows Forms
Ogle is a free, open source word-finding game for Windows:
I created this app when I was first learning C#. Ogle derives from a popular tabletop game you've probably played, but it increases the pace considerably. This version uses Windows Forms, but I'm planning to make a fancier version with WPF when I get some time.
To learn more, have a look at the Ogle help pages.
Ogle requires .NET Framework 4.5 and Windows 10, 8, 7, or Vista. The Ogle installer will help you install .NET 4.5 if you do not have it:
To report bugs, contact me.
Ogle has copyright ©2006 Jeremy Kelly. Its use and distribution are subject to the terms of the GNU General Public License.
Ogle was developed with C# and .NET Framework 4.5. All developer-generated code follows the Split Notation.
The source bundle includes a Visual Studio 2008 solution with projects for the application and several custom controls, along with an Inno Setup script for the installer. All source files and resources are supplied.
This file is not needed to play Ogle; it is for developers who wish to modify the app: