You have to solve edges before corners if you want to do the trick. If you do the corners first and also supply the trick I mentioned, you will end up swapping the A/Q and D/E edges. In the end, 3 pieces will always be swapped if you use your method.Could you tell me a little more please?
It seems by your example that you are only swaping on the edges, would this be of I solved the corners first?
Am I locked into solving the corners first or can I switch it and memo swaping corners if I start with solving the edges.
I'm sorry I'm a bit confused, but the idea intrigues me.
If I'm going through and memorizing, then get to the end and see I'll need parity, will I have ro memorize again, or do I just mentally swap say E for A during my solve using the memo I have?
When I tried this before I messed something up every time, so I gave up on it, but it does seem like it'd be better than an algorithm.
If you don't want to switch, I supplied the RUF Ra-Perm that swaps without doing an AUF first.