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New system for naming ZBLL's

zzoomer

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I would like to propose a better system for naming ZBLL's. It's based off the twisty PLL recognition technique.

First, we need a standard angle for each OCLL and PLL.

For OCLL, I'll just follow speedcubedb.com's standards.

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For PLL, For all adjacent corner swap PLLs, I think it's best to have the standard angles be headlights on left for consistency. For EPLL's and diagonal corner swap PLL's I will follow speedcubedb.com's standards.

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OK now we can name all ZBLL's.

Let's call the number of U turns required from standard PLL angle when you untwist the corners from standard OCLL angle, u.

Every ZBLL can now be named as:
<insert OCLL> <insert PLL you get when corners are untwisted> <insert u (only necessary if the PLL isn't symmetric)>

examples

name using my system: T Na

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name using my system: L Ab3

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name using my system: U Ga0

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effperm

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I would like to propose a better system for naming ZBLL's. It's based off the twisty PLL recognition technique.

First, we need a standard angle for each OCLL and PLL.

For OCLL, I'll just follow speedcubedb.com's standards.

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For PLL, For all adjacent corner swap PLLs, I think it's best to have the standard angles be headlights on left for consistency. For EPLL's and diagonal corner swap PLL's I will follow speedcubedb.com's standards.

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OK now we can name all ZBLL's.

Let's call the number of U turns required to get to standard PLL angle when you untwist the corners from standard OCLL angle, u.

Every ZBLL can now be named as:
<insert OCLL> <insert PLL you get when corners are untwisted> <insert u (only necessary if the PLL isn't symmetric)>

examples

name using my system: T Na

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name using my system: L Gb1

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name using my system: U Ga0

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for the second one you mean L Ab1?

also you said the number means how many U turns to get to the standard angle but all of them are the amount of U turns from the standard angle?
 
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