Disclaimer: I'm not learning ZBLL and am not planning on it anytime soonI'm thinking about creating an alg trainer for ZBLL, as I've been working on learning it. What would people want in an alg trainer that other trainers don't have?
qqtimer has a ZZ last slot + last layer scrambler which I believe is random state. Maybe this does what you're looking for?#1: Make it do everything this does - http://bestsiteever.ru/zbll/
#2: What Pyjam said. Make the scramble such that they don't give away info about the case you're getting
#3: One thing that I think would help me personally is LSLL scrambles where all edges are oriented. This way I can practice ZBLL recog/recall in the context of something that isn't a pure ZBLL session, but also not a normal solving session where ZBLL doesn't happen as often (rn the best thing that exists for this is doing LSLL scrambles and hoping you know the ZBLS or can do an inefficient ZBLS, which isn't a good way to practice at all)
Good luck with the trainer!
By this, do you mean giving you a LSLL such that once the F2L pair is solved, you would be left with a ZBLL case you selected?#3: One thing that I think would help me personally is LSLL scrambles where all edges are oriented. This way I can practice ZBLL recog/recall in the context of something that isn't a pure ZBLL session, but also not a normal solving session where ZBLL doesn't happen as often (rn the best thing that exists for this is doing LSLL scrambles and hoping you know the ZBLS or can do an inefficient ZBLS, which isn't a good way to practice at all)
Good luck with the trainer!
Is this a feature you want to be added, or a suggestion? Could you clarify what you mean?sort by depth / alg length
I'll be using Anthony Brooks' algs, and I'll use someone else's for Sune/Antisune.If you don’t know what algs to use, use Tao Yu/Justin Taylor/Jabari Narrudin algs. You can find them from Tao Yu’s trainer with the rest of those algs.
I plan on having all of that and thanks for the stats suggestion, that certainly sounds useful!As said before, it would be nice to have better scramble sequences.
When picking algs like in roman's trainer, display them like on algdb with all 4 sides visible instead of just two. It's really hard to figure out which cases I know because I don't use that 2 sided system.
Just like in roman's trainer, it will show you all of the algs that you've selected before it goes into random mode, to ensure that you get to see all of the cases before you start seeing duplicates. However, if you mess up a case, it would be nice to be able to say that you messed up and it would put it back into the list of cases that you haven't seen yet.
Also stats for each case, like average time for each set and fastest from each set (both ocll and coll groups).
If you're looking for a printable alg sheet, I highly recommend Anthony Brook's ZBLL PDF. It doesn't have S/As algorithms on it though, so maybe just use algdb.net for that.Maybe have some printable cheat sheets ? Also, maybe have the option to enter your own algorithm, kind of like on jperm.net. If you didn't yet decide on AS/S, try algdb.net. Keep up the good work, I wouldn't dream of making something like this ! I'll thank you when I learn full ZBLL !
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