lunababy_moonchild wrote:I like it a lot, although I too had a problem differentiating some of the colours - lime green and turqoise, for example - and I'm not colour challenged. Perhaps it's a fault of my creaky, old-fashioned monitor though.
I'll probably change some of them. Although the palette is pretty nice at the moment, most people say they find them difficult.
lunababy_moonchild wrote:I see that you have a black and white version for the colour challenged (or if I happen to be just plain lazy!) amongst us.
err... that's the plain sudoku
lunababy_moonchild wrote:If I may suggest, space on the website so that players can save and/or store puzzles that are completed or, more importantly, interrupted/unfinished for some reason. The ability to print out a completed colour puzzle would be nice (I thought mine was very pretty and I was very pleased with myself when I had completed it. I don't usually use a computer to solve).
Hmm... Those are very advanced options. I'll put them at the bottom of the to-do list. And what exactly did you like to print? Just the puzzle? Because the internet page can be printed from the browser, of course.
lunababy_moonchild wrote:I wonder, in future, would it be possible to dub in your own, ordinary, puzzle and have it converted to a colour puzzle?
I don't see that much use for this at the moment. The options to choose from are restricted to choosing difficulty level and puzzle number. And given the number of puzzles, one can always keep on trying random generation until a nice one pops out ;-)