Re: [Speed cubing group] color schemes
- Yes, but think of us (only me?), who make flipping in the middle slice! It should be awful, if green was adjacent to blue and white adjacent to yellow.
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From: Chris Sz...
Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 9:07 PM
Subject: [Speed cubing group] color schemes
While the subject of color schemes is up, I wanted to share my
thoughts. Most people probably use the standard white opp yellow
scheme (icluding me) but I think the contrasting white opp blue
color scheme would be easier to cube with. Why? because with the
standard color scheme (like Hana was saying), the opposite colors
are a similar shade. This messes me up a lot during the F2L. I will
mistake the blue-orange edge for the green-orange edge because blue
and green are both dark colors. If the color scheme was the white
opp blue one, recognition would be easier and faster becasue both
dark colors would be on the same edge cubie. It would be eay to
differentiate between the 2 becasue they are bordering each other
and no two cubies would look similar. Does anyone agree wit me? or
understand what I am saying? I would switch to this color scheme but
I am already used to using the standard one. Thoughts?
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