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Clippy, the Shopping Assistent

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Clippy, the Shopping Assistent -- Lee Berger Utilities
         Clippy is an Internet page that helps you in identifying items that you find in a shop. You fill in some information on an item and it will present you a list of what it can be. A technique otherwise known as "price-IDing", but put in a nice web interface.
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HiSPeed January 4, 2006
You might try out my little nethack helper if you are displeased with the id'ing Clippy provides.
It does everything Clippy does and more (eg. an Alchemy Helper to help with that).
It's still in development though.

All you need is a recent javascript-enabled browser (thus it even works as an offline copy on your hdd!).

You can find it at: http://hispeed.no-ip.biz/dev/nh-helper/nh-helper.html

Bye,
hSP

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