1. Originally Posted by ben1996123
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Thank you so much!

2. I'm looking for black apoxie sculpt to do some mods.

Best place to buy it? (I found it on the site of the company that makes it, but the shipping was \$12, and that's just ridiculous for a \$15 package)

or should I just go with some black epoxy from the hardware store?

3. Can someone tell me how I can move these two spots without messing up everything else? (Like an algorithm)

Imagine the middle square on the top rows of the red and blue are switched around. How do I change that?

4. turn top layer 45°
flip out the edges
put both edges back in correct position

5. Uhm, I'm almost brand new to this, and I only got as far as I did by watching a tutorial, and this tutorial taught me to move in the form of F for front clockwise, L for left clockwise..

I have almost no Idea what you're saying to me >_>

6. Originally Posted by Deagonx
Can someone tell me how I can move these two spots without messing up everything else? (Like an algorithm)

Imagine the middle square on the top rows of the red and blue are switched around. How do I change that?

Is the yellow on top of both the pieces?

7. Yes, the top square is perfect, and on the opposite sides the top row fits too. But I must have made a mistake somewhere, and I got those 2 squares mixed up.

8. you cube is in an impossible state. you need to take it apart ant put it together correctly.

9. What I said:

turn top layer 45°
flip out the edges (using a fingertip, pen, end of teaspoon or blunt screwdriver)
put both edges back in correct position

Now your cube is OK and can always be solved again.

Your cube has probably been taken apart (or popped or fallen) and reassembled incorrectly at some point in time.

10. Hmm. I know you guys are in the right mind set, but I think it's different because I have an off brand "magic cube"

The pieces come off, but I bought it today and it came solved.

The difference between a regular rubiks and a "magic cube" is the fact that there are no middle pieces, and so you can center your cube wherever you want.

I didn't think it would matter, but I guess I was wrong. Thanks for the help guys.

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