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One-Answer Software Question Thread

N's-cvt

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Feb 5, 2020
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Does anyone know where I can find a link and the download for Ksolve and/or Ksolve++?
 

N's-cvt

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Feb 5, 2020
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I'm looking for another algorithm generator that is visual so I can see what I am doing unlike Ksolve or Acube where it is all text in a cmd. I have Cube Explorer and I have been using that one for 2 years so I know how to use it really well, but I'm looking for something more advanced that could handle say limited moves (like two F moves) or wide face turns (r/Rw moves). If anyone knows of programs like this that has a visual cube that I can setup to cases (similar to CE), can someone please send me a link to the forum or website.
 

martinba314

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Jul 7, 2019
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I'm currently training myself to one-look 2x2 solves. Does anyone know of a website or app, or just a list of scrambles, that gives you 2x2 scrambles with three move faces?
 

martinba314

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Jul 7, 2019
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Do you know full EG?
Are you colour neutral?
If you answered no to one of those questions, do that before one-looking.
If you answered yes to both of them, almost all scrambles will have a 3-move face.
It's not necessary to know full EG to practice one-looking. If you can recognize the case, but don't know the algorithm, it's still worthwhile to practice.

That's not true. If it were, anyone would be able to one-look almost all of their solves.
 

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