Have you tried the inverse?For some reason, I can't stand the common A-perm algs, (I know, blasphemy!) in fact they're my least favorite PLL besides the Ns. A while back I found an A-perm in this thread: (R U R' F') (r U R' U') (r' F R2 U' R'). It's just a fat J-perm, but I was giddy for days to finally abandon one of my A-perms. Can anyone help me make a similar style alg for the other A-perm, Ab? I messed around with my Ja alg (x U2 r' U' r U2 l' U R' U' R2) for a while but couldn't find a way to make it work.
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