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 which puzzle should be the first puzzle? 
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Posted on: Wed May 31, 2017 7:51 pm




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Post Re: which puzzle should be the first puzzle?
I am being a pain in the ass to beaker who I consider a friend. [ [biggrin]
Thanks eclipsegirl [biggrin]

In my drop down menu, the puzzles are listed shortest (ie: 4x4) to longest which is just fine for me as I always start with the easiest 4x4 [biggrin]


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Posted on: Thu Jun 01, 2017 7:14 pm




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Post Re: which puzzle should be the first puzzle?
Alright, here are some stats (numbers for logged in users only):

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Posted on: Thu Jun 01, 2017 10:10 pm




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Post Re: which puzzle should be the first puzzle?
I would venture to guess that the 19% who do the easy 6x6 first do it because that is what shows up first for them. Even though that is what shows up first for me, I switch to the easy 4x4 and do it first.


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Posted on: Thu Jun 01, 2017 10:54 pm




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Post Re: which puzzle should be the first puzzle?
diane123 wrote:
I would venture to guess that the 19% who do the easy 6x6 first do it because that is what shows up first for them. Even though that is what shows up first for me, I switch to the easy 4x4 and do it first.

I agree. Also, has the first puzzle been switched to the easy 5x5? Because that is the front page of the website for me when I log in...


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