Two-sided PLL recognition guide

Discussion in 'How-to's, Guides, etc.' started by mark49152, Mar 26, 2013.

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  1. mark49152

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    At first it does, but after a while you just see it without thinking or checking. It's hard to describe, but when solving I see different "weights" of colours between those cases, rather than specifically thinking about which colour is where. So A and T have a single strong colour but G and R have a second strong colour that also stands out.
     
  2. OPGamer69

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    Thank you, this is exactely what I was looking for :)
     
  3. Myatt

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    pglewis and qaz like this.

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