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    Default Prisma Puzzle Timer

    Introducing Prisma Puzzle Timer 0.6:

    Download: https://bitbucket.org/walter/puzzle-...leTimer0.6.jar
    Project home (source code available): http://prismapuzzletimer.com/

    Mac OS X version by Mads Mohr Christensen: https://bitbucket.org/mohr/prisma-puzzle-timer/







    Main features:

    • Support for 2x2x2-7x7x7, Rubik's clock, Megaminx, Pyraminx, Square-1, Skewb, Floppy cube (1x3x3), Tower cube (2x2x3), Rubik's tower (2x2x4) and Rubik's domino (2x3x3)
    • Custom categories
    • Random state scramblers for 2x2x2, 3x3x3, Rubik's clock, Pyraminx, Square-1, Skewb, Floppy cube, Tower cube, Rubik's tower and Rubik's domino
    • Fixed length random state scramblers for 2x2x2 and Pyraminx
    • Special scramblers for 3x3x3 and Square-1
    • Tips for 3x3x3 (optimal cross, BLD methods) and Square-1 (optimal cube shape)
    • Zero-configuration Stackmat Timer support (actually, you have to select the input device)
    • Keyboard timer using space or ctrl keys
    • Inspection time
    • 3D visualization of scrambles
    • History window with histogram, graph, statistics and times
    • Scramble queue manipulation
    • Session summary
    • Color scheme editor


    Hope you like it. Suggestions welcome.
    Last edited by Walter Souza; 08-24-2012 at 08:06 PM.

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    NICE!

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    amazing. everything you could ever want in a timer
    3x3(1/5/12) 15.49 / 20.73 / 23.06 2x2(1/5/12) 1.28 / 7.06 / 7.60 Pyra(1/5/12) 7.42 / 13.03 / 14.59

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    This is now going to become my main timer it is awesome
    Last edited by cubefan4848; 11-27-2010 at 08:43 AM.

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    Really nice, the tips are very helpful.

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    Ooh, those are some interesting new features; I like the edge-only and corner-only scrambles and the pretty scramble image.

    I'm not chiding, just curious: Where did you get all the implementations from? (scrambles, Stackmat support, cube views)

    Where/how do the times get saved? Do they?


    May I suggest that you come up with a spiffier name than "Puzzle Timer"?



    (Just looked at the source; it looks pretty nice. For clarification: Does the license mean you allow re-use of components?)
    Last edited by Lucas Garron; 11-27-2010 at 08:48 AM.
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    Really nice
    333BLD official 38.28 - 444BLD official 3:38.40 - 555BLD official 11:22.00

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    Great timer! Clean interface, easy to use. Thumbs-up.

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    Wow! I vote this for most impressive first post ever.

    This has like all the good features of cct and none of the footprint. It even has incremental scramble view!

    There's probably no reason left for people to be using cct.

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    :0 I can't think of something else to say.

    EDIT: after playing with this for a while the only thing is a way to save times.
    Last edited by mr. giggums; 11-27-2010 at 10:17 AM.
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