Programs developed by Shenandoah Software
Graphically view openings and games with an explorer-style tree view. Select any node along a play tree, and instantly see the board position. Study standard openings, great chess matches, and more! Importing is one of the most powerful and unique features of Chess Tree. You can create libraries and exchange them with your friends, other chess clubs, etc. You can import tournaments and games that youve participated in or that you would like to study. Insert comments for any of the games or moves. The possibilities are endless! The search module allows you to graphically setup a board position and then search for a match through any loaded library. If a match is found, then that node becomes the active node and you can study the preceding moves and the variations that follow that position on the tree.
Waybills prints the four cycle waybills in any size, in a variety of formats. Waybills are printed on both sides of standard business card forms or ordinary paper stock. Other sizes can be used too. Waybills comes with a Tutorial of 94 pages and lots of screen capture pictures to step you though the functions in the program.
The Operations Special Interest Group (OpSig) has created a database of about 40,000 prototype industries. Due to the volume, four files are used to retain these industries.IndMan program accesses these files, allows you to merge, sort, search and create sub files of this data. IndMan also converts these files to a format suitable for Waybills program.
AmateurRadioTest program is designed to step you through the FCC Amateur Radio license tests. For a Typical test, questions within a Topic are selected at random from then number that have not already been ask. It will take 27 tests to run through all of the questions. When all questions within a Topic have been asked once, the random selection is made from the questions you previously got wrong.