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Posted on: Sun Aug 23, 2015 9:29 pm




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Post 12x12 problems
In order to see the whole puzzle in one screen I have to zoom out. But because of the way that the lines are drawn on the screen (of the actual puzzle) I can't tell which numbers/operators apply to which areas on the puzzle.

So I guess what I'm asking is for you to reformat the puzzle lines to make it clear when zoomed out (to be fair it's not always easy to see the defining lines at regular zoom).


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Posted on: Sun Aug 23, 2015 10:46 pm




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Post Re: 12x12 problems
jaco wrote:
In order to see the whole puzzle in one screen I have to zoom out. But because of the way that the lines are drawn on the screen (of the actual puzzle) I can't tell which numbers/operators apply to which areas on the puzzle.

Do you mean when you switch the cell size to 'small', for example?

Which browser and device are you using?

Patrick


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Posted on: Tue Aug 25, 2015 3:26 am




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Post Re: 12x12 problems
calcpnm wrote:
jaco wrote:
In order to see the whole puzzle in one screen I have to zoom out. But because of the way that the lines are drawn on the screen (of the actual puzzle) I can't tell which numbers/operators apply to which areas on the puzzle.

Do you mean when you switch the cell size to 'small', for example?

Which browser and device are you using?

Patrick

I actually hadn't noticed that setting before - it is slightly better but it's still unclear which lines indicate the different operator regions.

I'm using firefox fully updated on a regular laptop.


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