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Posted on: Mon Mar 17, 2014 10:18 am




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Post New bonus puzzle generated repeats a previous one
After completing all today's puzzles and having overpassed in that moment the required number of points to obtain a new bonus puzzle it seems that this new bonus puzzle provided is the same bonus puzzle I have already solved on Friday 14 (twin 6x6 with 0's) consequently appearing the "(Note that you've already solved this puzzle)". [confused] [confused]

(Perhaps it has some relation to today's "user created puzzle" feature?, I cann't believe there is no more in stock :-) )


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Posted on: Mon Mar 17, 2014 10:27 am




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Post Re: New bonus puzzle generated repeats a previous one
I just sent you e-mail about this (!), because I just received
a warning message that you've solved all available bonus puzzles [thumbup]

I'll add some more, any preference for a particular type?

Patrick


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Posted on: Mon Mar 17, 2014 2:41 pm




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Post Re: New bonus puzzle generated repeats a previous one
pnm wrote:
I just sent you e-mail about this (!), because I just received
a warning message that you've solved all available bonus puzzles [thumbup]

I'll add some more, any preference for a particular type?

Patrick


Thank you, I have seen the e-mail, I did not know that each puzzler had some limited amount of bonus puzzles and that the run-out condition could appear. No special preferences, perhaps 8x8 (from 0), :-)


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Posted on: Mon Mar 17, 2014 2:52 pm




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Post Re: New bonus puzzle generated repeats a previous one
clm wrote:
Thank you, I have seen the e-mail, I did not know that each puzzler had some limited amount of bonus puzzles and that the run-out condition could appear. No special preferences, perhaps 8x8 (from 0), :-)

Not so much each puzzler, there just is a limited pool of bonus puzzles,
and if I don't pay attention then someone will exhaust it [blush]

Maybe I'll throw in some no-ops [sleep]


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Posted on: Mon Mar 17, 2014 3:43 pm




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Post Re: New bonus puzzle generated repeats a previous one
pnm wrote:
clm wrote:
Thank you, I have seen the e-mail, I did not know that each puzzler had some limited amount of bonus puzzles and that the run-out condition could appear. No special preferences, perhaps 8x8 (from 0), :-)

Not so much each puzzler, there just is a limited pool of bonus puzzles,
and if I don't pay attention then someone will exhaust it [blush]

Maybe I'll throw in some no-ops [sleep]


Good idea.


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Posted on: Tue Mar 18, 2014 9:42 am




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Post Re: New bonus puzzle generated repeats a previous one
How about more twins [biggrin]


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Posted on: Tue Mar 18, 2014 10:29 am




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Post Re: New bonus puzzle generated repeats a previous one
I added fifty 6x6 "no-op" puzzles to the mix.

clm: you should have a new bonus puzzle now.

Edit: just added fifty fairly tricky 5x5 twins from zero [lol]

Patrick


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Posted on: Tue Mar 18, 2014 5:33 pm




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Post Re: New bonus puzzle generated repeats a previous one
pnm wrote:
I added fifty 6x6 "no-op" puzzles to the mix.

clm: you should have a new bonus puzzle now.

Edit: just added fifty fairly tricky 5x5 twins from zero [lol]

Patrick


Thank you, Patrick, yes, available, I have been lucky and my "fortune cookie" has been a bonus 6x6 no-op puzzle (probably the first), I was - 93 points away of the next bonus puzzle.


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Posted on: Tue Mar 18, 2014 5:39 pm




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Post Re: New bonus puzzle generated repeats a previous one
clm wrote:
Thank you, Patrick, yes, available, I have been lucky and my "fortune cookie" has been a bonus 6x6 no-op puzzle (probably the first), I was - 93 points away of the next bonus puzzle.

Did things go alright after you solved it?


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Posted on: Tue Mar 18, 2014 9:16 pm




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Post Re: New bonus puzzle generated repeats a previous one
pnm wrote:
clm wrote:
Thank you, Patrick, yes, available, I have been lucky and my "fortune cookie" has been a bonus 6x6 no-op puzzle (probably the first), I was - 93 points away of the next bonus puzzle.

Did things go alright after you solved it?


Except that, when reloading the page, the 9x9 (my last solved today, just before the bonus puzzle) appears again and again with the below label "Select level" in white as "not solved".

And not very sure about the cursor (it does not appear on the grid, initially, when I recall any saved puzzle, though it appears as soon as any arrow key is pressed), but perhaps this was the previous condition and I had not observed it.

The rest works OK for me including timed puzzles.


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