Importing Puzzles (Pappocom software)

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Importing Puzzles (Pappocom software)

Postby md68 » Sun Jan 15, 2006 1:05 am

I somewhat can't figure out how to import puzzles.
Maybe that is not possible but in my opininiom there should be a way to import different puzzles and even text strings...

Just my thoughts about it.

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Postby Shazbot » Sun Jan 15, 2006 1:42 am

If you're using Pappocom Sudoku, from this website, you can't "import" puzzles in a copy/paste fashion or load from file. But you CAN dub the clues in - just go to the file menu and there'll be an option to dub there (might be under New). Enter your clues - they'll appear in red - and when you're done click on Verify. Note, if there are multiple solutions to a puzzle or it uses advanced techniques that Pappocom doesn't use to solve, it'll come up as an invalid puzzle and won't let you go into solve mode.
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re: importing puzzles (sudbook file)

Postby Pat » Tue Jan 17, 2006 10:43 am

Shazbot wrote:If you're using Pappocom SuDoku,
you can't import puzzles in a copy/paste fashion, nor load from file.
But you can dub the clues in.
and that's my problem:
any time i have to re-type the clues, i risk an error.
the tiniest typographical error would ruin the puzzle;
yes, it has happened to me - how about you?

md68 wrote:I can't figure out how to import puzzles.
In my opinion, there should be a way to import puzzles and even text strings.
yes you can import the puzzle as text,
as long as you make it look like a sudbook file.

~ Pat
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