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@ 2012-03-14 2:24 PM (#6907 - in reply to #6905) (#6907)Quote Reply Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2012-03-14 2:24 PM

I gave it a 10 at any rate :D
@ 2012-03-16 12:12 AM (#6930 - in reply to #6622) (#6930)Quote Reply Top

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macherlakumar posted @ 2012-03-16 12:12 AM

Hi,
I am not sure if others are facing this issue or not, whenever the grid size is decreasing the options above it are being hide by a scroll bar.
Even toggling to full screen did not help.

Regards,
Ravi

Edited by macherlakumar 2012-03-16 12:14 AM




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@ 2012-03-16 3:04 AM (#6932 - in reply to #6622) (#6932)Quote Reply Top

PuzzleScott



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PuzzleScott posted @ 2012-03-16 3:04 AM

I'm also getting the puzzle display problem on the Mar. 16 puzzle where a scroll bar hides the controls. I had this problem at least on other day awhile back. Resizing the main window doesn't help, and the puzzle pane doesn't seem resizable.
@ 2012-03-20 12:20 AM (#6956 - in reply to #6932) (#6956)Quote Reply Top

Valezius



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Valezius posted @ 2012-03-20 12:20 AM

I can't submit my solution.
I almost sure, it is correct.
@ 2012-03-20 12:22 AM (#6958 - in reply to #6622) (#6958)Quote Reply Top

Manu



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Manu posted @ 2012-03-20 12:22 AM

I have the same problem!
@ 2012-03-20 12:24 AM (#6959 - in reply to #6622) (#6959)Quote Reply Top

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swaroop2011 posted @ 2012-03-20 12:24 AM

ya me too
@ 2012-03-20 12:28 AM (#6960 - in reply to #6622) (#6960)Quote Reply Top

Tablesaw



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Tablesaw posted @ 2012-03-20 12:28 AM

I believe there is an error in today's puzzle. Who should I contact about it?

To clarify. The correct answer was not accepted, and a clearly incorrect answer was.

Edited by Tablesaw 2012-03-20 12:28 AM
@ 2012-03-20 12:29 AM (#6961 - in reply to #6622) (#6961)Quote Reply Top

anurag



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anurag posted @ 2012-03-20 12:29 AM

I have the correct solution.But the server says wrong solution.
@ 2012-03-20 12:30 AM (#6962 - in reply to #6622) (#6962)Quote Reply Top

mucha



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mucha posted @ 2012-03-20 12:30 AM

Me too
@ 2012-03-20 12:31 AM (#6963 - in reply to #6622) (#6963)Quote Reply Top

anurag



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anurag posted @ 2012-03-20 12:31 AM

Perhaps,the administrator should either drop this one,or schedule a fresh one later at a pre-specified time(12 hours later?).
@ 2012-03-20 12:51 AM (#6964 - in reply to #6622) (#6964)Quote Reply Top

eklavyagirotra



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eklavyagirotra posted @ 2012-03-20 12:51 AM

I have an issue with this puzzle..I have the correct answer...It is not accepting it....
@ 2012-03-20 12:55 AM (#6965 - in reply to #6622) (#6965)Quote Reply Top

Tablesaw



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Tablesaw posted @ 2012-03-20 12:55 AM

I believe the corrected puzzle should replace the lower-right 6 with a 5.
@ 2012-03-20 12:58 AM (#6966 - in reply to #6622) (#6966)Quote Reply Top

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Administrator posted @ 2012-03-20 12:58 AM

Announcement - 20-Mar puzzle is wrong

As many of you have found out by now, 20-Mar puzzle is wrong. (It is wrong by a digit, ah well). At this point, we are cancelling this puzzle and there will NOT be any replacement puzzle.


@ 2012-03-20 1:03 AM (#6967 - in reply to #6966) (#6967)Quote Reply Top

Valezius



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Valezius posted @ 2012-03-20 1:03 AM

I enjoyed it nevertheless :)
@ 2012-03-20 1:04 AM (#6968 - in reply to #6966) (#6968)Quote Reply Top

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sonnylaskar posted @ 2012-03-20 1:04 AM

I got this solution but as mentioned it was not accepted:




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@ 2012-03-20 1:11 AM (#6969 - in reply to #6622) (#6969)Quote Reply Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2012-03-20 1:11 AM

Ya I enjoyed it too. Its a pity it won't be counted in them. One of the best IMO. Of course, I had seen once I was about to start at 12.12 that no one had finished yet, so I did it really slowly after a starting risk with T&E just for the possibility of getting an awesome time :P Was fun for the time I did it slowly. Funny how even after changing a digit there was a uniquely solvable puzzle.
@ 2012-03-20 2:05 AM (#6970 - in reply to #6969) (#6970)Quote Reply Top

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MellowMelon posted @ 2012-03-20 2:05 AM

Re Prasanna: I'm coming late to the party and assuming that Tablesaw's comment means the server's solution treated R8C8 as a 5, but actually the puzzle as presented (with a 6) is the only one that's unique. With a 5 there, many other solutions exist. That is a pretty nice puzzle too.
@ 2012-03-20 2:55 AM (#6971 - in reply to #6970) (#6971)Quote Reply Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2012-03-20 2:55 AM

MellowMelon - 2012-03-20 2:05 AM

Re Prasanna: I'm coming late to the party and assuming that Tablesaw's comment means the server's solution treated R8C8 as a 5, but actually the puzzle as presented (with a 6) is the only one that's unique. With a 5 there, many other solutions exist. That is a pretty nice puzzle too.


You're right on your assumption(according to Deb). As for the multiple solutions, since the solution is treated as a 5, I assumed that to be correct and forming a valid puzzle, and didn't really check it out. Having looked back, I agree my assumption was wrong, and that only the one with a 6 gives a unique solution.
@ 2012-03-20 1:27 PM (#6981 - in reply to #6966) (#6981)Quote Reply Top

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Para posted @ 2012-03-20 1:27 PM

Administrator - 2012-03-20 12:58 AM

Announcement - 20-Mar puzzle is wrong

As many of you have found out by now, 20-Mar puzzle is wrong. (It is wrong by a digit, ah well). At this point, we are cancelling this puzzle and there will NOT be any replacement puzzle.




Will there be a 50th puzzle added at the end or will the competition last for 49 puzzles now? I was just wondering as there seems to be a possibility developing that Valezius can catch up to places 2 and 3 as the gap has shortened considerably in the last few days. It might not make a difference but it could. Also I've been closing the gap to place 4 again, but the top 3 change would of course be a bigger development as that's been the same three people for well as long as I've been keeping track.
@ 2012-03-20 1:38 PM (#6982 - in reply to #6970) (#6982)Quote Reply Top

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debmohanty posted @ 2012-03-20 1:38 PM

MellowMelon - 2012-03-20 2:05 AM

Re Prasanna: I'm coming late to the party and assuming that Tablesaw's comment means the server's solution treated R8C8 as a 5, but actually the puzzle as presented (with a 6) is the only one that's unique. With a 5 there, many other solutions exist. That is a pretty nice puzzle too.
Yeah, the problem was the recorded solution was wrong. The puzzle itself was valid.
We could have fixed the recorded solution, but by that time 2 players (Psyho and wielki_m) had submitted the wrong solution, which the system flagged as right and (possibly) had left the scene.


Para - 2012-03-20 1:27 PM
Will there be a 50th puzzle added at the end or will the competition last for 49 puzzles now?
We will most likely have 50 puzzles, so the last one appearing on 1st April. But I need to get it confirmed from Serkan. So a concrete answer is pending.


Edited by debmohanty 2012-03-20 1:44 PM
@ 2012-03-21 5:23 PM (#6990 - in reply to #6982) (#6990)Quote Reply Top

Valezius



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Valezius posted @ 2012-03-21 5:23 PM

With this one day break we will solve the 50th puzzle on 30th of March.
And the TVC XII will finish on 2nd of April.
Is this accurate?
@ 2012-03-21 6:14 PM (#6991 - in reply to #6990) (#6991)Quote Reply Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2012-03-21 6:14 PM

Valezius - 2012-03-21 5:23 PM

With this one day break we will solve the 50th puzzle on 30th of March.
And the TVC XII will finish on 2nd of April.
Is this accurate?


Seeing that today is day number 39, I think 50 will come on 1st April.
@ 2012-03-21 6:18 PM (#6992 - in reply to #6991) (#6992)Quote Reply Top

Valezius



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Valezius posted @ 2012-03-21 6:18 PM

prasanna16391 - 2012-03-21 6:14 PM

Valezius - 2012-03-21 5:23 PM

With this one day break we will solve the 50th puzzle on 30th of March.
And the TVC XII will finish on 2nd of April.
Is this accurate?


Seeing that today is day number 39, I think 50 will come on 1st April.


Okey, I see.
@ 2012-03-22 3:38 AM (#6993 - in reply to #6970) (#6993)Quote Reply Top

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Tablesaw posted @ 2012-03-22 3:38 AM

I took a screenshot of the answer that was accepted. After the correct answer wasn't accepted, I tried redoing it to see if I missed something. Then I made the "correct" mistake.
@ 2012-03-22 3:52 AM (#6994 - in reply to #6993) (#6994)Quote Reply Top

Valezius



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Valezius posted @ 2012-03-22 3:52 AM

I deleted the picture. Please do not share information about the current puzzle in public...

Use the Private message function.


(I sent your picture to Deb)

Edited by Valezius 2012-03-22 3:57 AM
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