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However, it appears that you are using a locally stored copy of scramblerrin.
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Thank you for your interest in using scramblerrin [build 20080925] offline!
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Simply unpack this html file to a convenient location (if you are really - but in
this case unnecessarily - suspicious, feel free to scan it for viruses, but I promise
you won't find any). Then simply open it with your browser (
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You can enter words here whose letters be scrambled according to different settings. The more restrictive the settings below and the shorter your words, the higher the likelihood that no scramble conforming to your specifications can be found. Be aware of this if the output contains no or only very few scrambles for some words or phrases.
more readable setting
more readable setting
this scrambler produces any anagrams possible from the original input, regardless of their readability.
if you would like readable anagrams, the option "more likely readable scrambles ON" is recommended.
you will then receive an output with a maximum number of scrambles to be indicated from which you can then chose those you deem most readable (or otherwise suitable).
if the setting is OFF, you will get only one random scramble per word or phrase entered. this scramble may be very similar to the original word.
chances of readability in either case can be increased by selecting a low number of maximally allowed vowels or consonants, respectively, below, unless you are using words from a language characterized by an unusually high number of vowels or consonants, respectively.
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maximum number of options:
[option not available, fixed to one]
maximum number of options
the maximum number of scrambles produced per entered word if the more readable setting ist ON.
if the more readable setting is off, only 1 scramble per word or phrase is given and this option is disabled.
first identical letter:
first identical letter
indicates the position in the scramble where the first match between the original word and the scramble may occur.
for words that are shorter then this setting, only scrambles with all letters being in a different place will be given.
maximum number of vowels:
maximum number of vowels
the maximum number of vowels in a row for scrambles
maximum number of consonants:
maximum number of consonants
the maximum number of consonants in a row for scrambles.
maximum match allowed:
indicates the greatest proportion of identical characters in identical positions allowed.
"no restriction" indicates that a scramble may contain as little as two letters in positions different from the original.
enter your original words separated by
<line breaks (¶)> <,> <;> <-> <.> < blank space>.
if you wish to enter a phrase comprising several strings to be scrambled, replace blanks by the underscore <_>
all characters will be automatically transformed into upper case.
johann. please report any bugs or other problems you may encounter. this tool has been made using
all free (as in beer and in speech) software and resources. snitched snips: is_array(), in_array(), trim(), strpos() (js) by Kevin van Zonneveld, php.js project (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net); fisherYates (js) array shuffle function from sedition.com; getWeek() (js) from Nick Baicoianu at MeanFreePath.