Excellent idea, thanks! I have my solver (in C++) so I can do that. The only thing left is to find where to get all the good algs from. I have 3 sources:
2) JuJu's doc
3) Swanson's list
Do you think they'd be enough or are there any other good ones?
PS erroneous algs won't be a...
1) No more "Not secure" warnings - images are loaded over https.
2) Added images caching - during practicing, you should see an image for previous case instantly, without blinking
3) Star/bookmarks system: you can mark cases with little "star" button during practicing; starred cases...
This project is now open source: https://github.com/Roman-/mosaic.
Also, you can now display letters inside the sticker squares in the PDF, which is convinient if you use this software for pixelart with different colors:
And some UI improvements:
I want to see my posts. For that, I click on my profile picture/name on the rop right corner and click "Your content". It gets me to the page where I see this:
which is a page with empty search results. And only when I click "Community Search Results" it shows me my posts.
Then I didn't understand what "virtual cube" mean. Do you mean (1) not using physical cube at all and control virtual cube with keyboard, or (2) controlling the virtual cube on the screen using Giiker, while Giiker state does not match the virtual cube state? Or none of that?
Note that in...
Well, you can pretend it's already implemented and just press the spacebar twice :D This trainer, unlike things like Anki, was meant to be a timer-like tool.
Actually this is a nice idea and quite easy to make! "Bookmarked" cases can be saved to a default preset called "bookmarks". I'll add it...
A feature to use more than 7 colors, save & load palettes will be added later. Also, minor improvements in UI and PDF has been added.
Ideally, the program should work like this: you upload a photo, and it only gives you ONE option - the perfect mosaic.
I've spended literally 3...
ZBLL trainer now efficiently gives you scrambles to practise all cases evenly during the session.
This feature is rather subtle, but those who practise with ZBLL a lot will feel the imporovement right off.
Related git commit: click
Cool, thanks! I was sure someone has done it long before me, I just didn't know how to find it. The idea of this puzzle is way too obvious so no surprise multiple people came up with it independently of each other.
Keyboard control is cool, although I prefer UIKJ instead of IOKL because that's...
The puzzle is quite similar to 15 puzzle except for "parities" (situation when you need to swap just 2 pcs) for which I haven't found any optimal way to solve yet.
Ro comes from "Rotation" - 4 tiles rotate around the common point. I will add more "rules", such as "Di" (2...
I totally missed your 6BLD and 7BLD UWRs. Is this a mysticism? I haven't seen them in this thread, on YouTube nor in the rankings, and I just discovered them now.
Hmm, so UWR is 7:17 right? I probably wouldn't have had that much passion for 6BLD if I knew I'm pretty far away from it :D