I don't know what's this but it seems coolDonovan's Algorithm is complete!!! Only 944HTM/ 990QTM/ 852STM/ 864ETM. A brand new way of doing your PLL skip!
This is the mirrored algorithm of the original because there were some mistakes and it was easier to fix it like this.
This is an informal quest so I'm just adding algs whenever I feel like it. (Not going out of my way to find some)
Super inefficient PLL's 5/22
Edit: The link is to long to post on my profile.
Edit Edit: If you could show some appreciation that would be nice. I was up until almost 1 a.m. last night and a couple more hours this morning working on this.
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I will use workarounds only if necessary to make them work on my machine, and only insofar as they don't violate standards. This works on my machine, and also falls within spec; ergo no workaround on my end.just don't bother to generate images in another way
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lol imagine going out of your way to install Chrome and it won't even load websites properly
Use Firefox instead. Or I guess you can bug @Cride5 to add HTTPS support to his website.
the old it's not my fault excuseBasically: you're complaining to the wrong person. Bug Cride5, bug pjk to add VisualCube support directly to the forum, bug Google to revert their HTTP breakage, bug anyone but me. I refuse to be in charge of cleaning up after other people.
wow dude you really like to overcomplicate things.I will use workarounds only if necessary to make them work on my machine, and only insofar as they don't violate standards. This works on my machine, and also falls within spec; ergo no workaround on my end.
If you're offering to host a VisualCube instance with functioning HTTPS, together with a promise to keep it running entirely free of charge for at least as long as the original VisualCube has been running up to this point (at least 5 years? idk), by all means, go ahead, and I'll edit all of the VisualCube URLs I've ever posted to point to your instance. I'm not unwilling to compromise; I just won't do it when it requires only effort from my end.
(U) F U R U’ R’ S U f’ R’ f R U’ R’ f’ RThis disgusting ZBLL/22LL:
R' F R F' R U' R' F' U F R U R' U' R U2 R'
(y') R U2 R' U R' F R F' R U' R' F' U F R U R'
These are also N perm setups. First one has overworked left hand near the end but for some reason I still prefer it over the second. Both seem better than the old algs I had for this case.
(Callback to this: )
Huh, interesting. This seems to get me nice singles but the S U f' in the middle is really tricky. Is the S move supposed to be done with left index, or is the U f' supposed to be done in one motion with the left index (pushing back on FLU then down on UL)?(U) F U R U’ R’ S U f’ R’ f R U’ R’ f’ R
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