- Jan 17, 2017
I solve cfop with white on bottom so i am naturally more comfortable with the color scheme with yellow on top. I'm just now learning and have been going with yellow on top, blue facing me
Haven't seen how your software works butIn my software, I wanted to support _any_ chosen orientation. The challenge comes to clearly specifying this.
Actually not, in order to support alternative cube coloring systems. Thus the Singmaster relative _positions_ are instead employed. Similar for the move notation to specify U L F R B D instead of W O G R B Y or the resister color codes 9 4 5 2 6 4 or some other color-system dependent notation.Haven't seen how your software works but
You probably get the preferred orientation through User input. Use two characters to specify(RB = Red top, Blue front, WG = White top, Green front) use that in a switch with all the possibilities and return the corresponding code in your notation.
Isn't that what you want?
Fair enough, but when the rest of the world likes to describe their orientation in terms of which faces (colours) move to U and to F, why do you think it's "clearer" for your notation to instead require them to specify where the UF edge moves to? And with a cryptic format too? It looks more like an attempt to make things less clear.Actually not, in order to support alternative cube coloring systems. Thus the Singmaster relative _positions_ are instead employed.
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