- Aug 11, 2020
@Joann Huang , thank you for your response.Hi Zinzan. Thanks for your message. The newest cube station version(Version 2.4.393) already support our user input their own scramble Algorithms.
1#We could find follow these pictures to input our own scramble Algorithms.
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After we create our own scramble Algorithms, we could choose it.
2.We could review the solve when CubeStation generates the scramble. But the cube station still not support retry yet and We would communicate with our developers about your suggestion. Thank you so much for your suggestion.
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The add custom algorithm doesn't work. There is a turn/move limit in that feature, so if I enter a typical scramble of like 20+ moves, it says it's too long. Part of this may also be because there is no way for me to enter 180 degree turns (e.g. U2, which is registered as U U). I believe slice moves are also registered as two moves (e.g. M is registered as L' R), unless I manually enter the slice move by clicking the slice button, which then puts the cube I am using for input out of sync with the virtual cube on screen.
What would be really great is if I could just cut and paste a scramble string instead of having to enter it by buttons or by using the bluetooth cube. But entering the scramble with the cube would be okay, I suppose, if it worked (didn't get the scramble too long error).
But, even then, I don't like having to Add an Algorithm library just to enter my own scramble. It's very inconvenient, and takes me out of the timer mode I want to practice in. Web apps like Cubeast and cstimer allow manual scramble entry right in the timer mode.