I'm looking for a PC timer with one more digit of accuracy. Anyone know a website or for download?
How many is one more? I know qqtimer can do 3 decimal places or were you asking for 1 more than that?
I recently purchased two nice 2x2 cubes. I can solve a 3x3, though, it has been a long time. Disregarding the 3x3, are there ANY good web sites that offer examples of ortega OLL and PLL via animation rather than a video or a YouTube video? This might sound a bit odd but it would be a great help if anyone can direct me to a site that has the algorithms and an animated version of how a particular algorithm looks?
My problem is that I sometimes mess up the Oll (I use yellow on top for now) and can't find any, not any (though I know they exist) web sites that simply show an animated view of how to properly Ortega. I think I'm simply either turning the top layer when I shouldn't or not turning it when I should. Regardless, can anyone please, please point me to a good website that will have the 2x2 Ortega OLL's and PLL's (XLL's, too, if you know of any) just so I know when to turn the upper layer when I'm using yellow to complete the OLL. Sorry for the trouble. Your help will be most appreciated.
I know one but it have the picture instead of animation i think you should check it
Here's the website that i learn http://www.cubewhiz.com
By the way can you solve you 2x2 cube using beginner method ? If can then you just use your OLL that beginner method and use it.
Hope this help