Murphy's Impossible Mission: Many ways wrong, one right.

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Murphy's Impossible Mission: Many ways wrong, one right.

Post by RAP » Sat Jul 01, 2006 2:38 pm

This is test level that I made to challenge with my brother with this level...











After many tries, I beated him one time without being dead; thinking that
thats a puzzle and decide to submit it.

Heres your mission:
Try to make a division in order to get in the exit...

BTW: Is this a stupid level to play it?

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Post by Sascha » Sun Jul 02, 2006 10:17 am

How did you make the
sketch so small?
:mrgreen:

BTW: Nice puzzle
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Post by RAP » Sun Jul 02, 2006 1:09 pm

Actually, the LevelSketch V.2 had a feature that you ethier make it large or
just the small size (you can see it down left side) then forum it, copy it and then
paste it on your post... :D

BTW: You really double posted at this one... (looking at your double posts) :shock:

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Post by Daniel H. » Tue Jul 04, 2006 7:00 pm

If you do level sketches manually:

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`xxx = large level sketch
¸xxx = small level sketch

where xxx = element #
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Rockford4ever wrote:How do you make the small ones?
Zomis wrote:You write the letter ¸ (which I'm actually not sure which letter it is...) followed by a 3-digit number.
for example <IMG SRC="/I/004s.gif">
Alan wrote:Holger..... I can't find the ISO-Latin-1 character on my keyboard! :? But I don't really need it...
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Post by Alan » Tue Jul 04, 2006 9:26 pm

>Francesco wrote:
>Holger..... I can't find the ISO-Latin-1 character on my keyboard!

I wrote that btw ;-)

And I still can't find that key!

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Post by Daniel H. » Wed Jul 05, 2006 5:39 pm

Sorry, just fixed that. :oops:

I wish that it was the tilde (~), or something like that. :wink:

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Post by Zomis » Wed Jul 05, 2006 5:52 pm

Well... I don't know if I would call this a puzzle... it's a quite easy level and doesn't need much thinking. I finished it within 3 minutes after starting my first attempt (which I've never done before with any of the other puzzles).

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Post by Sascha » Sat Jul 08, 2006 7:24 pm

tiny
big

ah, and what keys on your keybord
do you have to press for this ¸?
(I have copied the symbol from Daniels post, because I didn't know
that)
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Post by Daniel H. » Mon Jul 10, 2006 8:44 pm

In hexadecimal, "¸" ("Cedilla") is Unicode 00B8 (decimal 184, Alt keystroke 0184).

In some programs, you can hold down Alt and then enter in the decimal number of any character to insert the character. To enter Unicode characters, enter four digits including leading zeroes; to enter MS ASCII characters, enter three digits including leading zeroes.

Sorry, Sascha, but this might only work in Windows :?:

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Anyway, this isn't the topic to discuss level sketches in.

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