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Yet another CxLL trainer. BUT this is different!

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Yeah, so this is my CxLL trainer

link: http://filipeteixeira.com.br/cxll
git:
https://github.com/shuantsu/filipe_CxLL_trainer



Features:

- It provides you with a random order of the set you're training; that means that you'll be training the cases uniformly.
- No easily reversible algs, just the inverse of random zbll for each CxLL case.
- Click on a case to highlight it. Use this feature to track the case you're solving
- You can save the orientation of every cases, or just get random orientations on the options menu.
- Optimised for mobile

Known Issues:

- It takes a good while to load, I'm looking how to fix this, maybe by hardcoding cases
- Close button on options menu doesn't work sometimes

Pm me if you want to help with coding

Thanks
 

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Yes I can, but the reason of it being so slow is that it initializes the cube solver. That takes a while.
Did you code your own solver? This probably will sound a bit harsh, but the thing about reinventing the wheel is that sometimes your wheel isn't as good as the already-existing wheels…

min2phase.js is ridiculously optimised, and it's probably the fastest solver written in JavaScript.
 
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No need to get snarky. Your title suggests otherwise: CxLL trainer.
well, you asked for it :rolleyes:
but changed the title as you suggested
friends?

Did you code your own solver? This probably will sound a bit harsh, but the thing about reinventing the wheel is that sometimes your wheel isn't as good as the already-existing wheels…

min2phase.js is ridiculously optimised, and it's probably the fastest solver written in JavaScript.
I didn't reinvented the wheel, but the solver I used is just slow. I can't manage to generate the scramble with that script though (min2phase)
i'm using this: https://github.com/ldez/cubejs
 
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Did you code your own solver? This probably will sound a bit harsh, but the thing about reinventing the wheel is that sometimes your wheel isn't as good as the already-existing wheels…

min2phase.js is ridiculously optimised, and it's probably the fastest solver written in JavaScript.
I downloaded min2phase, how do I run it? I can't find instructions...
 
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