1) open Start menu
Thanks! That's worked.1) open Start menu
2) Type in "cmd", enter. This brings up the command line
3) Navigate into the folder where ksolve is
(hint for commands, without the aposthropes:
"d:" will change to disk partition D:\
"cd FolderName" will bring you into the folder FolderName)
4) Enter the command:
kslove 2x2x2.def 2x2x2.txt
One can never be "too fast" at PLL. Rather, people are too slow at F2L in general.Right so 21,5% is PLL meaning that a 15 second solve should have a 3.2 second PLL (incl. recognition). I guess people are too fast at PLL in general rather than me being relatively slow at it. I guess I'll work on my cross to 1 pair transition more and on my look ahead.
You don't solve it like a 3x3x4 it's like solving the regular Sq-1 twice.Anyone know of a good super square 1 tutorial? I have it back to cubic form but no one has a good tutorial on solving like a 3x3x4 :/
I hate this guy all i hear is "2 u 2 r 2 d " he does not explain a thing
What about this?I hate this guy all i hear is "2 u 2 r 2 d " he does not explain a thing
thecubicle.us sells cube bags for $2 hereDoes anyone know where I can get a sleek cool looking puzzle bag, preferably not too big, but large enough to hold a 3x3 and 2x2? Nothing too expensive, just a small knick knack.
They help to keep things running efficiently by making sure all the timing stations have cubes at them, and that the solved cubes get back to the scramblers as quickly as possible. Depending on the size of the competition and the event, it can be a pretty hectic job.In a WCA competition, what exactly does a "runner" do?
Thanks. I think I'll go with the cubicle, I got lot of relatives going and coming from USA, as that's where I'm actually born. Plus, I've seen SCMU, and for some reason, no offence to them, but the design of their website kinda makes me skeptical(specially the scmu logo, dunno why).
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