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Prisma Puzzle Timer

Mex5150

Member
Joined
Apr 16, 2017
Messages
5
Location
Exeter, UK
Hi,
It's tricky but it's possible. Took me ages to figure out.
Brilliant, thanks for the guidance ;^>

I don't use Windows so I use the platform independent installer
Yup, same here, I've got Win7 installed on a VirtualBox in case of emergencies, but not needed it in ages. Everything worked OK under Linux, so all is good.

Thanks again ;^>
 

AlphaSheep

Member
Joined
Nov 11, 2014
Messages
1,079
Location
Gauteng, South Africa
WCA
2014GRAY03
Hello Walter,
I am just wondering how to install a .jar file. I have Java runtime installed
Thx
Destiny
You don't need to install a jar file. Usually you can just run it on Windows. If you can't then it's possible that the file association hasn't been established. Right click the jar file and see if Java Runtime appears in the Open With menu. If not, reinstalling the Java Runtime Environment often fixes this.

If not, there are more instructions here:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/394616/running-jar-file-on-windows
 
Joined
Feb 1, 2019
Messages
10
cq
Introducing Prisma Puzzle Timer 0.6:

Download: https://bitbucket.org/walter/puzzle-timer/downloads/PrismaPuzzleTimer0.6.jar
Project home (source code available): http://prismapuzzletimer.com/

Mac OS X version by Mads Mohr Christensen: https://bitbucket.org/mohr/prisma-puzzle-timer/







Main features:

  • Support for 2x2x2-7x7x7, Rubik's clock, Megaminx, Pyraminx, Square-1, Skewb, Floppy cube (1x3x3), Tower cube (2x2x3), Rubik's tower (2x2x4) and Rubik's domino (2x3x3)
  • Custom categories
  • Random state scramblers for 2x2x2, 3x3x3, Rubik's clock, Pyraminx, Square-1, Skewb, Floppy cube, Tower cube, Rubik's tower and Rubik's domino
  • Fixed length random state scramblers for 2x2x2 and Pyraminx
  • Special scramblers for 3x3x3 and Square-1
  • Tips for 3x3x3 (optimal cross, BLD methods) and Square-1 (optimal cube shape)
  • Zero-configuration Stackmat Timer support (actually, you have to select the input device)
  • Keyboard timer using space or ctrl keys
  • Inspection time
  • 3D visualization of scrambles
  • History window with histogram, graph, statistics and times
  • Scramble queue manipulation
  • Session summary
  • Color scheme editor

Hope you like it. Suggestions welcome.
can i connect a qj timer to this?
 

ichcubegerne

Member
Joined
Dec 21, 2013
Messages
160
WCA
2013BOTZ01
Is anyone able to work on Prisma? I would like to see it giving Ao50 and take the 5% rule for averages, instead of the best and worst result rule. Also a WCA skewb scrambler would be nice^^
 
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