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Cubeast - a speedcubing timer for Bluetooth cubes with support for all Bluetooth cubes, all timers and all major solving methods

thomas.sch

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I have done some OLL training in the academy and a few solves but the "Cases" button show always "Case statistics - No stats yet".
Is there no view were I can e.g. have a look at all Sune cases solved aso?

And why is there no replay for the training? If I made an error I will be able to figure out what the problem was.
 

cubeast

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I have done some OLL training in the academy and a few solves but the "Cases" button show always "Case statistics - No stats yet".
There is a bug in the case stats, I'll be working on it soon.

And why is there no replay for the training? If I made an error I will be able to figure out what the problem was.
Not for now, but I'll add it to my todo list.
 

thomas.sch

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Thanks a lot! The statistic is now visible! Looks like I will buy the premium if the 2 weeks are over ;-)

Another question: Why is not possible to add cases to exercises?

At the moment I have 2 big exercises: One for OLL with 48 OLLs and One for PLL with 18 PLLs (only G1). Now I learned G3 and I would be able to just add it so that the case statistic of the other 18 cases is just continued.

Same if I learn a new OLL. First I will do this in a own exercise. Lets say learn all L-Cases. But if this cases are safe I would add them to my existing "Full-OLL-Exercise" to not "loose" the continuity of the case statistic?
 

cubeast

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Thanks a lot! The statistic is now visible! Looks like I will buy the premium if the 2 weeks are over ;-)

Another question: Why is not possible to add cases to exercises?

At the moment I have 2 big exercises: One for OLL with 48 OLLs and One for PLL with 18 PLLs (only G1). Now I learned G3 and I would be able to just add it so that the case statistic of the other 18 cases is just continued.

Same if I learn a new OLL. First I will do this in a own exercise. Lets say learn all L-Cases. But if this cases are safe I would add them to my existing "Full-OLL-Exercise" to not "loose" the continuity of the case statistic?
It simply wasn't implemented yet, but it's a good feature indeed. I'll try to have it implemented in a week or two.
 

Foreright

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I think I asked this before but for exercises, how much development effort would it be to actually have the cube scrambled to the reverse of the alg in question and then solve? I simply cannot get used to trying to decipher a CMLL case from what's on the screen when my cube doesn't reflect the same thing... ideally I'd like to see a full implementation of the onionhoney CMLL trainer if at all possible (https://onionhoney.github.io/roux-trainers/#cmll). Learning algs in this way is one of the key attractions I'd see in actually using a smartcube :)
 

cubeast

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I think I asked this before but for exercises, how much development effort would it be to actually have the cube scrambled to the reverse of the alg in question and then solve? I simply cannot get used to trying to decipher a CMLL case from what's on the screen when my cube doesn't reflect the same thing... ideally I'd like to see a full implementation of the onionhoney CMLL trainer if at all possible (https://onionhoney.github.io/roux-trainers/#cmll). Learning algs in this way is one of the key attractions I'd see in actually using a smartcube :)
It's one of the most requested features indeed. I'm currently working on a solver that is a required component for this, but can't make any promises as to when it'll be implemented.
 
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