alg.cubing.net

Discussion in 'Software Area' started by Lucas Garron, Feb 23, 2014.

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  1. deadcat

    deadcat Member

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    Apr 27, 2016
    Not sure if this is dead or not, but as a colorblind solver, being able to change the color scheme would be amazing. With the current scheme red and orange look nearly identical to me, and trying to figure out reconstructions with it is extremely challenging. Otherwise, this is completely awesome.
     
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  2. Liquorice

    Liquorice Member

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    Feb 14, 2016
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    I'm not colourblind, but I was wondering the same thing just yesterday! I figured out a way to do it:
    Download the software, right click on the file "alg.cubing.net.js" and press edit. Search "color scheme" and you can edit the colours. For example, I changed it to "rgbowy" so yellow is on top and red is in front. I'm sure red can be changed it to black or whatever you want.
    It works, but the animation stopped working, and I am still trying to figure out why ...
     
  3. Christopher Mowla

    Christopher Mowla Premium Member

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    Hey Lucas,

    I just noticed this yesterday, but if I have the applet in "Algorithm" mode, and then I click "invert", then this will of course invert the moves in the algorithm box correctly, but it also switches to "moves" mode.

    Was this intentional?
     

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