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 Twin no-op puzzles 
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Posted on: Sat Nov 05, 2016 2:14 pm




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Post Twin no-op puzzles
Having recently become a subscriber, today's extra puzzle was the first time I had done a twin no-op. I generally use my tablet, but have access to a PC. Having completed the grid today on my tablet, I was unable to enter the operators and had to save the puzzle and log onto my PC in order to complete the puzzle.

This is not a problem with single no-op puzzles, as the operators come up as options. I know this is not a major problem, but it is a slight bug, so I thought I should mention it here.

Paul


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Posted on: Sat Nov 05, 2016 2:38 pm




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Post Re: Twin no-op puzzles
paulv66 wrote:
Having recently become a subscriber, today's extra puzzle was the first time I had done a twin no-op. I generally use my tablet, but have access to a PC. Having completed the grid today on my tablet, I was unable to enter the operators and had to save the puzzle and log onto my PC in order to complete the puzzle.


What type of tablet are you using?

I just tested here on an iPad, and the operator buttons show up fine (either on the far left, or between both
puzzles, which can be set with the arrow button).

Patrick


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Posted on: Sat Nov 05, 2016 4:33 pm




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Post Re: Twin no-op puzzles
pnm wrote:
paulv66 wrote:
Having recently become a subscriber, today's extra puzzle was the first time I had done a twin no-op. I generally use my tablet, but have access to a PC. Having completed the grid today on my tablet, I was unable to enter the operators and had to save the puzzle and log onto my PC in order to complete the puzzle.


What type of tablet are you using?

I just tested here on an iPad, and the operator buttons show up fine (either on the far left, or between both
puzzles, which can be set with the arrow button).

Patrick


Hi Patrick

Sorry, you're right. The operators appear in a vertical row between the two panes on my iPad. Don't know how I missed that earlier!

Thanks
Paul


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