For Windows operating systems only:-
All the photographs are from our canal holidays over the years and all are from the north west of England at locations close to the NBCYC. All the photographs are from our canal holidays over the years and all are from the north west of England at locations close to the NBCYC.
The Tibo Jigs@w Puzzle software used to create these jigsaws is compatible with all versions of Microsoft Windows. You do not need to purchase or install the Tibo software to play these jigsaws. Incompatibility of operating systems means that they cannot be converted to run on Apple or Android devices.
How to download:-
(1) Click on any of the jigsaw links and choose RUN or SAVE to save the file to your hard drive. The message may differ depending on your browser. If you decide to SAVE the jigsaw rather than RUN it you may find it useful to choose SAVE AS instead and temporarily SAVE it to your 'Desktop' then you can easily find it again!
(2) Some virus / firewall software may ask permission when you try to open these jigsaw .exe. files as the jigsaws will be 'unknown' to Windows. If you get the message Windows protected your PC, simply click on the More info link and choose Run anyway
(3) Once the jigsaw has loaded, click on the small on-screen image followed by 'Play' in the on-screen menu.
Malware:- The jigsaws are scanned before upload using three pieces of software - Malwarebytes Premium, Kaspersky Antivirus and Windows Defender.
(1) If you choose 'Ghost' from the menu you can lay the pieces on top of the image, which aids completion of difficult jigsaws.
(2) Alternatively, choose 'Image' from the menu to reveal a picture of the jigsaw you are working on. Click the X in the corner of the picture to hide it.
(3) Joined pieces snap together and can then be moved as one.
(4) Drag pieces to the screen edges to create more worktop space.
(5) 'Click & drag' to make an invisible rectangle to move multiple pieces.
(6) If you Exit the program you can resume your partially completed jigsaws at a later stage. Alternatively you can minimise the jigsaw to the computer taskbar whilst you carry on with other computer tasks. To minimise the jigsaw click on the downward facing arrow button in the top right hand corner of the loaded jigsaw.
(7) If you inadvertently rotate a jigsaw piece, simply left click on it and then right click the 'offending' piece until it's correctly orientated!
(8) If you need any further help, please use the 'Contact Form' that's in the side menu of every page of the website.
(Page created 31st March 2020)