Skin: U.S. Politics

15 02 2009
Title: U.S. Politics
Created by: Stu Hasic
Description: Change has come to¬†Quix Boxes¬†ūüôā
Suitable For: Any quizzes about US Politics, government, democracy
Instructions: All skins are self-extracting installers. Click the Download link below and you will be taken to MediaFire from where you can download the file and save to your Desktop or another folder on your computer. Then run the downloaded installer file and tell it to install into your QuixBoxes\Skins folder.

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uspoliticsskin

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Skin: Christmas

15 02 2009
Title: Christmas
Created by: Stu Hasic
Description: A cheery Christmas skin
Suitable For: Quizzes about Christmas and the holiday season, or for any quizzes held around Christmas time.
Instructions: All skins are self-extracting installers. Click the Download link below and you will be taken to MediaFire from where you can download the file and save to your Desktop or another folder on your computer. Then run the downloaded installer file and tell it to install into your Jeopardy\Skins folder.

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xmasskin





Fireworks Template for Creating Your Own Skins

25 01 2009

Recently I received an email from Ann Hodgson from Marrickville High School:

“Hi Stu,

I tried the Total Image Slicer program but found it added unwanted borders to my images (I’m using Vista – maybe that was the problem).¬† Anyway, as a result I made up two Fireworks templates which cut out much of the drudgery of slicing the image and then adding the text. The text, in particular, remains constant.

The user only needs to add a new image. The slices are already in place and have been correctly named. Feel free to put them on your site if you think they will be useful. I haven’t included detailed instructions – the user would need to be familiar with the Fireworks program and using slices.”

Hey, thanks for that Ann.¬† Anything that gives users an option is great, and Fireworks (Adobe, formerly Macromedia) is a brilliant image editing tool. Many schools have Adobe Creative Suite, so they’d actually have Fireworks.

You can download Ann’s Jeopardy Skin Templates for Fireworks from this direct link at MediaFire.¬† NOTE: If MediaFire is blocked at your school, you’ll have to download it from home.





Skin: Colored (Great for Juniors!)

20 10 2008
Title: Colored (Great for Juniors!)
Created by: Guy Delcominette –¬†Shreveport, Louisiana – United States
Description: A skin consisting only of different solid colors and a great background image of Li√®ge in Belgium (Guy’s hometown!)
Suitable For: Perfect for younger students because they can simply choose questions by saying “Pink for $400”. Cool.
Instructions: All skins are self-extracting installers. Click the Download link below and you will be taken to MediaFire from where you can download the file and save to your Desktop or another folder on your computer. Then run the downloaded installer file and tell it to install into your Jeopardy\Skins folder.

[Download]

 Fluids





Skin: Fluids

23 04 2008

Title: Fluids
Created by: Conner M – (Year 8 High School Student) – Victoria, B.C. Canada
Description: A skin relating to Fluids (complements the Fluids quizzes available here). Conner created this skin for a school assignment! Note: it only covers questions from $200 to $800.
Suitable For: The Fluids or other Science quizzes
Instructions: All skins are self-extracting installers. Click the Download link below and you will be taken to MediaFire from where you can download the file and save to your Desktop or another folder on your computer. Then run the downloaded installer file and tell it to install into your Jeopardy\Skins folder.

[Download]

Fluids








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