Prisma Puzzle Timer

Discussion in 'Software Area' started by Walter Souza, Nov 27, 2010.

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  1. ~Adam~

    ~Adam~ Member

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    I love the easy cross scrambles. They've really helped me look ahead into my 1st F2L pair.
    A medium cross setting would be awesome to help the transition to planning the 1st F2L pair on all scrambles.
     
  2. shelley

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    When using keyboard timer, it should at least have the option of stopping the timer with any key.
     
  3. Walter Souza

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    Status update.

    Main window:

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    • Partial scramble highlighting
    • Changes in statistics panel

    Puzzles:

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    • Skewb
    • Rubik's domino (3x3x2)
    • Floppy cube (1x3x3)
    • Tower cube (2x2x3)
    • Rubik's tower (2x2x4)

    Scramblers:

    • 3OP orientation training
    • 3OP permutation training
    • 3x3x3 <U, L>
    • 3x3x3 <U, R>
    • 2x2x2 <U, R, F>
    • 2x2x2 suboptimal random state
    • Pyraminx suboptimal random state
    • Skewb optimal random state
    • Rubik's domino optimal random state
    • Floppy cube optimal random state
    • Tower cube optimal random state
    • Rubik's tower random state

    Statistics:

    • Interquartile mean

    Stackmat timer:

    • Interpreter can handle inverted signal
     
  4. CubesOfTheWorld

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    Can you input times manually?
     
  5. Walter Souza

    Walter Souza Member

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    Yes. View -> History -> Add solutions...
     
  6. amostay2004

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    How do I download the updated Puzzle Timer? I can't find it in the downloads section
     
  7. Walter Souza

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    It's only available in source form. If you want to be a tester, I can send you an executable.
     
  8. CubesOfTheWorld

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    I was looking for a simple way. Kind of like what you can do with QQTimer; where you can change the timer into a typing box (or whatever the box is called).
     
  9. Carrot

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    Hi, when you upload the newer versions, is it possible that it can import your statistics from earlier verisons? (just in case that I suddenly have done 5000 pyraminx solves, and then you release an update that I just MUST have :p)
     
  10. joey

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    Won't it just use the same db..?
     
  11. Walter Souza

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    Several people requested this. I'm thinking about it.
     
  12. Walter Souza

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    Yes. It'll be backward compatible.

    More likely it'll use a superset of the old db schema.
     
  13. XXGeneration

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    Is it possible to make it so that for a period of time after you stop the timer, you can't start another solve again?
    I distinctly remember this being available on qqtimer, and that was a really helpful feature.
     
  14. CubesOfTheWorld

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    Thank you. I don't like keyboard timers.
     
  15. Walter Souza

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    Is it to prevent accidentally starting another solve, isn't it? Good idea.
     
  16. FatBoyXPC

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    Does this timer require the cable from the stackmat timer to the PC to be stereo? I know for CCT it needs to be stereo. I went reading through the thread to see if this has been talked about, but it's 12 pages so I got tired of that rather quick.
     
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2010
  17. Walter Souza

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    It doesn't matter actually. The input signal is read as mono, 8000Hz, 8bit.
     
  18. FatBoyXPC

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    Do you have an area for troubleshooting it then? I thought I saw you say something about the mono signal but I was unable to find it before the 3rd page (or I missed it). My stackmat isn't working with the program. Does it have to be plugged into mic? or line in? I tried it in the Line In jack and tried the 3 different options for the stackmat input, still didn't work.
     
  19. Godmil

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    ^^ This is a wild shot in the dark, but I wonder if your mic or line in channels are muted... if you go into to volume settings you could find that - not sure if it makes a difference, but worth a check.
     
  20. Slash

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    For me it works with mc line in (same with skype mic). But even if you've plugged it into the correct place, you have to set the input line in the timer itself (in options menu I think).

    Though if you accidentally use Ubuntu 10.10 the mic might not work (it has a kernel bug I think, cause it doesn't detect any kinda mics). But I think it ain't very likely.
     

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