# Messages List

3101

### Re: MagicTile Solving

With nested macros, the ultimate would be a solution that used a single, monster twist. Breaking up the wiki page like that would definitely be helpful. I did
Melinda Green
Mar 26
#3101

3100

### Re: New speedsolving contest

Well, we ran it over a Yahoo Instant Message group chat, so anyone could jump in. Can't remember if it involved invites, but we could pick a platform that
Melinda Green
Mar 26
#3100

3099

### Re: New speedsolving contest

So how does the contest work? What do you mean when you said: "Even if you don't enter, you can still watch the action. ​"​ On Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 7:48
Alvin - A Hypercubist
Mar 26
#3099

3098

### Re: MagicTile Solving

Congrats from me too Ed, and thank you for the interesting writeup! Also, thanks so much for being a vocal public supporter of MagicTile :) A feature idea
Roice Nelson
Mar 26
#3098

3097

### Re: MagicTile Solving

Congratulations, Ed. That sounds like quite a bear of a puzzle! Perhaps you can wrangle some people into doing a Magic Tile speedsolving contest and perhaps
Melinda Green
Mar 26
#3097

3096

### Re: MagicTile Solving

I have solved now MagicTile hyperbolic {10,3} 6 color vertex turning 0:0:1 with 15'111 twists. It's a lot, I know. Especially in the first stage (11'000)
eduard_baumann
Mar 26
#3096

3095

### New speedsolving contest

So far three members have expressed interest in participating in a new speedsolving contest. (Yea!) We only need at least one more. Even if you know you can't
Melinda Green
Mar 25
#3095

3094

### Re: Introducing myself

I want to join the competition, for MC4D, the time could be anytime in the weekend. On Mon, Mar 23, 2015 at 9:14 AM, ryan@... [4D_Cubing] < ... --
Alvin - A Hypercubist
Mar 23
#3094

3093

### Re: Introducing myself

This sounds like a fun competition, especially with no macros. No macros sounds like it'll take a solid chunk of time, though. Saturdays between 12:00pm and
echols204
Mar 23
#3093

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### Re: MagicTile Solving

It is not easy at all to find "new colorings" in MagicTile. I once tried it with the help of the MagicTile programmer (Nelson). Interested persons can get
Eduard Baumann
Mar 23
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3091

### Re: Introducing myself

I'm for MC4D, 3^4, no macros Andrey
andreyastrelin
Mar 23
#3091

3090

### Re: MagicTile Solving

Wow I'm surprised you've counted. Kinda makes me wanna solve more puzzles in that program.
Ray Zhao
Mar 22
#3090

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### Re: 4D speedsolving contest results

Congratulations! Very funny!
eduard_baumann
Mar 22
#3089

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### Re: Introducing myself

This group is quite varied, including puzzle builders, puzzle solvers, 4D enthusiasts, and pure math types in a number of fields. You are encouraged to post on
Melinda Green
Mar 21
#3088

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### Re: Scramble the stickers of a normal 3x3 Rubiks cube

Neat, but I guess you can't completely solve it on the screen. I'd not seen it before but I'm more of a puzzle maker than a puzzle solver. -Melinda On
Melinda Green
Mar 21
#3087

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