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Re: Online Jigsaw Puzzles

Post by Airspeed » 01 Jan 2019, 01:45

Thanks Brian,
Might try that jigijig-thing.
The Kennewell set is based on a different programme, "jigsaw1" or something, and to get extra features, you need "jigsaw2" maybe I'll read about it and see cost/benefits. Would make a change from spider solitaire.

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Re: Online Jigsaw Puzzles

Post by FlyTexas » 07 Jan 2019, 18:00

Just completed 'Sunday on the Canal'. 450 pieces, completed in 3 hours 25 minutes and 4 seconds. Yes, I'm kind of slow. :lol:

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Re: Online Jigsaw Puzzles

Post by FlyTexas » 07 Jan 2019, 22:21

Last one...I promise. This one made me laugh. :lol:

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Re: Online Jigsaw Puzzles

Post by FlyTexas » 20 Jan 2019, 16:26

I know I'd said no more puzzle pics, but I couldn't resist posting this one. :hide: A Wolseley Hornet. B-)

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Re: Online Jigsaw Puzzles

Post by Airspeed » 21 Jan 2019, 04:21

You have a lot to answer for, young man! :lol:
Mrs A now greets me with: "Yep, he's addicted!"
Now on about my 6th Jigidi puzzle, where my times are embarassingly long, but I'm having fun. I never saw jigsaws as a fast paced pastime.
I've been focussed on the "huge" size of late (400+)

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Re: Online Jigsaw Puzzles

Post by FlyTexas » 21 Jan 2019, 09:12

I'm very glad you're having fun, Mike. :thumbsup: I too gravitate towards the "huge" puzzles. One of my favorite puzzle uploaders is 'trangtruong'. You can see his puzzles here. https://www.jigidi.com/user/trangtruong/ It's very relaxing to sit down with a large cup of coffee and build these jigsaws. :)

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Re: Online Jigsaw Puzzles

Post by paulsl » 21 Jan 2019, 09:57

If anyone (or their better half) is of the tablet persuasion they might enjoy The Jigsaw Puzzle by MobilityWare. The wife 'plays' it every day and should be on commission the number of times she's had people ask her what it is.

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Re: Online Jigsaw Puzzles

Post by FlyTexas » 21 Jan 2019, 15:48

That looks neat. Thanks for the tip, Paul. :)

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Re: Online Jigsaw Puzzles

Post by FlyTexas » 21 Jan 2019, 19:53

Published my first puzzle to Jigidi. :) I like ship photos but unfortunately the ones on Jigidi are all quite small...mine has 330 pieces. :lol: Jigidi makes it very easy to publish puzzles. :thumbsup:

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Re: Online Jigsaw Puzzles

Post by FlyTexas » 23 Jan 2019, 17:35

Class 104. Beautiful pic. B-)

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