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One-Answer Software Question Thread

Kraod

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Jul 18, 2016
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Hello
I'd like to know if anyone has found an alternative to CubeStation for the Gan i Carry?
Currently, it is not yet supported by Cubeast, at least not befor May, until Cubeast programmer gets his hands on an i Carry. I have triedcsTimer but i couldn't manage to make it work.
Are there any other good timers supporting the i Carry yet ?
 

patricKING

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Apr 12, 2021
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What does the search button in csTimer do? It's located in the statistics section, on the left of 'time' 'ao5' and so on.
 

PCCuber

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Nov 9, 2020
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London, England
It helps you find specific times or scrambles. Lets say you got a really good score some 500 solves ago, and you want to find it to get the scramble, all you need to do is to type in the time and it shows up. I searched up 14.8*, for example, and this popped up.
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Waffles

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Apr 4, 2021
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Melbourne, Australia
Is there a website that calculates algorithms to solve a cube to a certain point?

So this may be a little confusing, but what I mean is like, for example, you want to find the quickest solution to solve the oll of the cube, leaving the pll still there. I ask because I need algorithms for a new method idea I came up with (I promise it isn’t a belt method) and I’m too lazy to try things until they work. (tbh that isn’t the only thing, I’m learning CLL and EG and it’s exhausting) Cube Explorer has the STM available which I can use for some second step algs but I need to find some first step algorithms (so for example all the corners are solved and the first step orients edges in the B/D layer)

So if anyone knows of this I’m looking forward to some replies.

(Yeah, I know I can just mark the F/R/L/U edges as solved but I don’t need to have some 25 move long algorithm that goes E2 S B2 D S2 D2)
 

xyzzy

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Dec 24, 2015
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Is there a website that calculates algorithms to solve a cube to a certain point?

So this may be a little confusing, but what I mean is like, for example, you want to find the quickest solution to solve the oll of the cube, leaving the pll still there. I ask because I need algorithms for a new method idea I came up with (I promise it isn’t a belt method) and I’m too lazy to try things until they work. (tbh that isn’t the only thing, I’m learning CLL and EG and it’s exhausting) Cube Explorer has the STM available which I can use for some second step algs but I need to find some first step algorithms (so for example all the corners are solved and the first step orients edges in the B/D layer)
Provided your definition of orientation is in line with Cube Explorer's (⟨U, D, L, R⟩ for the edges, ⟨U, D, L2, R2⟩ for the corners), it turns out that you in fact can just use Cube Explorer. Ctrl-click the facelets to set only the orientation of the piece.

(Also, nobody cares if you reinvent the belt method or not; most new methods aren't worth looking into anyhow. (Seriously, the ratio of new method proposals to people using them is like 100:1.) Regardless, trying to optimise the belt method (or any other conventionally bad method) might give you some insight as to why people just don't do that, and you'll end up with a better understanding of method development than all the people who mindlessly parrot factoids like "CFOP/Roux good, belt method bad".)
 

Csongi

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May 15, 2021
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Budapest
Can't share a solve in the Supercube app
So whenever I finish a solve, the share button never becomes active:
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Or maybe an other way to export my solves? Are they being stored somewhere on my phone? (I'm using Android)
 
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