# Prisma Puzzle Timer

#### TheMachanga

##### Member
How do I save an average? I do an average of 5, it tells me I had a pb. Then I say, ok, I'll another one. So I clear the previous times, and do another one. Even though the second one was slower, it tells me I have a new pb because I cleared the old one...

I get the same problem as Shelley. Running on linux (and I assume she is too). No error message, just a blank window.

[[email protected] ~]$java -version java version "1.6.0_22" Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_22-b04) Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM (build 17.1-b03, mixed mode) #### mr. giggums ##### Member For the main screen statistics I think that they should be organized like this: number of times: # of non-DNF solves/total # of solves best time: XX:XX.XX worst time: XX:XX.XX session avg: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) session mean: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) current mean3: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) best mean3: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) current avg5: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) best avg5: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) current mean10: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) best mean10: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) current avg12: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) best avg12: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) current avg100: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) best avg100: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) NOTE: avg100 is not necessary #### cubefan4848 ##### Member For the main screen statistics I think that they should be organized like this: number of times: # of non-DNF solves/total # of solves best time: XX:XX.XX worst time: XX:XX.XX session avg: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) session mean: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) current mean3: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) best mean3: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) current avg5: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) best avg5: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) current mean10: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) best mean10: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) current avg12: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) best avg12: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) current avg100: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) best avg100: XX:XX.XX (σ = X.XX) NOTE: avg100 is not necessary I think this would be the perfect option #### NeedReality ##### Member How do I save an average? I do an average of 5, it tells me I had a pb. Then I say, ok, I'll another one. So I clear the previous times, and do another one. Even though the second one was slower, it tells me I have a new pb because I cleared the old one... You aren't supposed to clear any times when you want to start a new average. From what I can tell, your choices are: continue solving (without clearing times) or exit out and start the program again if you don't want your previous times displayed. #### y3k9 ##### Member When I click on the .jar file it opens this blank window. When I try to delete it won't let me because it's java se binary thingie. #### aronpm ##### Member Another suggestion: Don't let averages roll between sessions. I did an average of 12 earlier today, then I did a new session which was bad so I deleted it. Now I've done 88 solves and it's giving me an average of 100, which isn't really an average of 100 because the earlier solves shouldn't be included. #### freshcuber ##### Member I've don't an Ao50 and so far I've hit the spacebar and the timer hasn't started more than five times. The statistics layout is a little confusing. Maybe have a button that will switch it from averages to means so it would be like this: [Button for Mean] Best Time:xx.xx Worst Time:xx.xx Current Ao5:xx.xx Best Ao5:xx.xx Current Ao12:xx.xx Best Ao12:xx.xx Current Session Average:xx.xx Standard Deviation:x.xx And then if you have Mean selected just have the button toggle to averages. An option to toggle on Ao50 and Ao100 would be pretty helpful as well. I like interface, it looks very clean except for the statistics section which is hard to find what you're looking for. A question as well: How can I save this to my desktop so that it has a shortcut on my monitor? #### Louis McDonald ##### Member I think you just need the ability to save separate sessions as you do on cct?? Great timer otherwise #### y3k9 ##### Member Lolfaz. anyway, I can't it to work. How are you supposed to open it? I keep getting a blank window titled: "Puzzle Timer". How do I fix? Edit: I fix it myself. The timer is very sexy. Last edited: #### ShadenSmith ##### Member I get the same problem as Shelley. Running on linux (and I assume she is too). No error message, just a blank window. [[email protected] ~]$ java -version
java version "1.6.0_22"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_22-b04)
Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM (build 17.1-b03, mixed mode)
Works fine for me. Running Ubuntu 10.04.
Code:
[email protected]:~\$ java -version
java version "1.6.0_22"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_22-b04)
Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM (build 17.1-b03, mixed mode)

#### Dacuba

##### Member
I fu**ing wish that timer existed before, history wouldve been great to see
but very nice one sir, good job, amazing!!

edit: ninja-fixed a typo

#### cuberr

##### Member
I can't get it to open. I've downloaded it many times and it still just opens to a blank window or it tells me there is an error. I have a mac, has anyone else had this problem?

Thanks!

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