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 Today's user created puzzle is broken. 
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Posted on: Sat Mar 22, 2014 8:30 am




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 Today's user created puzzle is broken.
Today's user created puzzle will not accept correct answers in several of the boxes. Turn on continuous checking and you'll see the hint turn red when you enter an answer that meets the hint's conditions.

The '1' box at (4,5) says that 1 is wrong and 3 is right.

The '3-' box at (1,6) says that numbers which differ by 3 are wrong but those which differ by 1 are right. (I think I see a pattern here.)

The '1-' box at (3, 6) doesn't like answers which differ by 1.

The '17+' box at (4, 6) doesn't like answers which add up to 17.

The '54x' box at (9, 4) doesn't like answers whose product is 54.

If you ignore the errors, or turn off continuous checking, and just follow the hints as they are written, the puzzle is solvable, but the page doesn't recognize it as a correct solution.


Last edited by mayaknife on Mon Mar 24, 2014 5:42 am, edited 1 time in total.



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Posted on: Sat Mar 22, 2014 9:31 am




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Post Re: Today's user created puzzle is broken.
Thanks for the report, I took it offline for now and will look at it later.

(hard to believe, but today I have to do some non-computer-programming-related things [confused]


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Posted on: Mon Mar 24, 2014 5:43 am




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Post Re: Today's user created puzzle is broken.
pnm wrote:
(hard to believe, but today I have to do some non-computer-programming-related things [confused]


We all have bad days. [wink]


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