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Posted on: Fri Mar 08, 2013 4:09 pm




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Post selecting and starting a timed puzzle
A tiny usability improvement on the "get set" page:
you can now select which timed puzzle to do by pressing '4', '5', or '6'.

The "Go" button has "focus" right from the start, which means you
can start the timed puzzle by pressing the space bar.

Patrick


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Posted on: Sat Mar 09, 2013 7:08 pm




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Post Re: selecting and starting a timed puzzle
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Posted on: Sat Mar 09, 2013 8:50 pm




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Post Re: selecting and starting a timed puzzle
Yay, smooth! (doing celebratory dance in living room) [thumbsup] [thumbup]


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Posted on: Sun Mar 10, 2013 3:02 am




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Post Re: selecting and starting a timed puzzle
I do like the new feature as it allows my fingers to be in the right position from the beginning of the puzzle! I was wondering if you could also change the focus for when you complete a puzzle to that of 'do another timed puzzle' as opposed to 'OK'?


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Posted on: Sun Mar 10, 2013 12:17 pm




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Post Re: selecting and starting a timed puzzle
picklepep wrote:
I do like the new feature as it allows my fingers to be in the right position from the beginning of the puzzle!

I was wondering where those new record times were coming from [tongue]
picklepep wrote:
I was wondering if you could also change the focus for when you complete a puzzle to that of 'do another timed puzzle' as opposed to 'OK'?

That should be in place now :-)


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