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How to use the [cube] tag to get a cube drawn?

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I even remember ther was a parameter like scramble="RUR"

But I don't know the working syntax.

And I don't know if ther are different parameters (grey out pieces , inverse scrambles)

It's also quite impossible to search for "cube and scramble" :) in this forum.
 

Cubenovice

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2x2x2 [cubetag]size=150&pzl=2&alg=R2F2R2[/cubetag]

[cube]size=150&pzl=2&alg=R2F2R2[/cube]

3x3x3 [cubetag]size=150&pzl=3&alg=R2F2R2[/cubetag]

[cube]size=150&pzl=3&alg=R2F2R2[/cube]

Cool!
Note that in the example page the final cubetag is missing the / for closing the tag

Erik, we could use this in the weekly FMC to check our solutions for typing errors.
Now I typically check in alg garron but's nice to be able to check in the actual post.
 
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Cubenovice

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LOL the tag-extension was just there to make the tag visible.

A good way to see how people post images is to click the quote button, then you can see the exact code used.
 

peedu

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[cube]size=150&pzl=1&alg=z[/cube]

Very beautiful!

What are the limits?

[cube]size=75&pzl=9&alg=z[/cube]

[cube]size=100&pzl=3&alg=yx2[/cube]

Looks like 1x1 supports rotations. 2x2 and 3x3 support rotations and face turns. 4x4-9x9 just can be drawn.

Size can be unnecessarily small, I don't want to know the upper limit. :)

Peedu
 
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