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Hello everyone, this is my first post here.
I have encountered the following situation in the image while solving a 4x4 axis cube, but let's just treat it as a super cube.
I would like to ask whether anyone knows of an algorithm that swaps two diagonally opposite cubies on the last center of a 4x4 super cube.
I know the following ones already:
\[ f'\;U'\;(r\;f\;r')\;U'\;(r\;f'\;r')\;U2\;f\;U' \] (Which swaps 2 cubies on the Front face: Bottom Right to Top Right and reversed)
\[ (r\;f'\;r'\;f)\;F\;(f'\;r\;f\;r')\;F\;(r\;f'\;r'\;f)\;F2\;(f'\;r\;f\;r') \] (Which swaps 3 cubies on the Top face: Bottom Right to Top Right, Top Right to Top Left and
Top Left to Bottom Right)
I know one could also use both of these algorithms after eachother, but if there is one to do it directly, I would be very thankful.
Thank you very much
Roman
I have encountered the following situation in the image while solving a 4x4 axis cube, but let's just treat it as a super cube.
I would like to ask whether anyone knows of an algorithm that swaps two diagonally opposite cubies on the last center of a 4x4 super cube.
I know the following ones already:
\[ f'\;U'\;(r\;f\;r')\;U'\;(r\;f'\;r')\;U2\;f\;U' \] (Which swaps 2 cubies on the Front face: Bottom Right to Top Right and reversed)
\[ (r\;f'\;r'\;f)\;F\;(f'\;r\;f\;r')\;F\;(r\;f'\;r'\;f)\;F2\;(f'\;r\;f\;r') \] (Which swaps 3 cubies on the Top face: Bottom Right to Top Right, Top Right to Top Left and
Top Left to Bottom Right)
I know one could also use both of these algorithms after eachother, but if there is one to do it directly, I would be very thankful.
Thank you very much
Roman
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