Message #460

From: Jenelle Levenstein <>
Subject: Re: [MC4D] Introduction
Date: Thu, 03 Apr 2008 22:11:51 -0500

I never got macros to work either. I never figured them out and found it
easier to do the moves by hand.

On Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 6:04 PM, phi1p6180 <> wrote:

> Hello, I solved the 3x3x3x3 a few days ago and after turning in my log
> file Melinda asked me to introduce myself here.
> My name is Oscar Lazo, and I live in Mexico. I study phisics and what
> I most like is listening to some good music (although I rarely do).
> I solved the cube using Roice’s solution, and I must say it would have
> been hard for me to solve it on my own, It was a 1053 move solution
> and although Melinda said it was a rather short solution I still it
> find a long way from the sub 300 record. I didn’t use any macros since
> I couldn’t make them anyway (I find programing rather difficult).
> I came across this puzzle from the wikipedia article on rubriks cube
> and I said to myself I have to make this. It took me about a full week
> of work during my vacations.
> Spanish is my native language, and I find the lack of spanish guidance
> for this cube shameful, so I have written a guide in spanish with
> Roice’s solution which I would like to post in a blog. I currently
> have none but I would like to know if it’s okay with Roice that I do
> that of course giving all the deserved credit to him.
> Also I noticed that in superliminal’s page, in the link section,
> somebody made (Melinda perhaps) the comment on what the words "qué
> mareo" meant, well they mean something like "what a dizziness" or
> "this makes me dizzy" :) uderstandable enough. So speaking of spanish
> I wonder if any people here speaks it.
> Oscar