Some of you older cubers may remember me back when I was younger. It's been almost 3 years since I've joined this forum, and I had about a year of inactivity/break from active improvement in cubing. But I'm back, so I guess that makes me the same as a forum newbie :)
As of now, I've...
Yo, this is the thread for CSTimer, not Cubemania. If you want people to join Cubemania, post in the Cubemania thread.
That being said, although you are entitled to your opinions, the statement that one timer has more features than another is (arguably) subjective. It would be much better if...
Let me just put it this way: IE is the last browser I want to even work with now. I wish that were otherwise, but IE is a nightmare for me :P
I also didn't plan on supporting mobile browsers. I probably should, but that's for later once the most important things are done.
COLL is for orienting LL while permuting the LL corners. OCLL is just orienting LL corners.
Regarding the sliders, I was thinking more on the lines of twist duration, which is why the speed decreases as the slider increases.
Hey all, it's been a long time since I last posted here. But I'm back!
Anyway, I've made an interactive cube tutorial at http://molarmanful.github.io/cubetut/. Basically, it teaches you how to solve the 3x3 w/ beginner LBL using a lot of interactive cubesims, but also features a draggable...
When I first learned to code at 11 years old, I made a pseudoword generator that would create realistic (but not necessarily real) words. "molarmanful" was the first word to come out, and I've been using it since for everything.
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One question. How much do you practice per day? Because resting for long periods of time is often quite helpful (although seemingly counterintuitive).
Warm up a lot. (Duh!)
Get lookahead down, because that gets you sub-20. How, you may ask? Here are some new-ish ideas:
- Practice big cubes and...