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Algorithm Generators?

SirWaffle

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I am looking to generate some optimal algs but sadly I cannot find one compatible with my chromebook. I've tried to get cube explorer running but can't. So if anyone knows of a generator for chrome OS or how to get cube explorer working on chrome help would be most appreciated!
 

Skewbed

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I made a custom 3x3 solver and algorithm generator in JavaScript with a website interface.
You can find it at the URL solver.now.sh.
It currently only does optimal QTM solutions, but allows different sticker definitions and move subsets.
Of course, its not crazy fast, because its browser JavaScript, but I've genned algs up to length 10 in it pretty fast.

I'll release this in its own thread soon.
 

efattah

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I have always used cube explorer, but on the topic of algorithm generators, is there any algorithm generator that can
(1) exclude arbitrary moves (i.e. allow M but exclude E/S)
(2) generate algorithms restricted to move sets that include wide moves (rRUM for example)

I have tried using cube explorer + special spread sheets and it is not ideal.
 

tx789

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I have always used cube explorer, but on the topic of algorithm generators, is there any algorithm generator that can
(1) exclude arbitrary moves (i.e. allow M but exclude E/S)
(2) generate algorithms restricted to move sets that include wide moves (rRUM for example)

I have tried using cube explorer + special spread sheets and it is not ideal.
Ksolve can, there are a few versions around. Such as ksolve+ and ksolve++ and the online java script one too.
 
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