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Holy Mackerel, Mandy! I just replied to you and I waited to make sure the post was on the board....and then when using my "Sort by last comment" it was GONE! I'll try again. I'm glad you enjoyed this. :-)
Glad to see your flower shop is such a success, its lovely. Thanks.
PJ, I've done the same thing as you MANY times. I'll remove a post to edit it, and then by the time I repost it, the other person has posted their comment. I hope you're not serious about worrying about it. Don't! There's no good solution and people will realize what happened anyway. :-)
Sue, I'm planning on rebugging Magnus and Stefan about the time clock...but since I no longer solve, it's not a top priority right now. I did badger Magnus in particular about guest being at the top, and most undoubtedly, with the help of others, that problem was fixed.
Magnus's only GOOD excuse about no longer having the time clock had something to do with a programming issue....but even that excuse seems like a fairly POOR one. LOL
I miss the clock...so sad without it. Yes, the first solver now has that tiny line at the bottom that you are the first to solve it. BUT--at least the dratted "guest" has finally been deleted entirely. That's a plus.
Ok, Wendy - is it better / less confusing to add another comment box?
Thank you, whatnauts. That IS actually interesting.
Wendy, I'm thinking it was around the same time we lost the clock. There were several changes implemented around that time, but I'm guessing really.
PJ, you rewrote your comment! Now it comes after mine!
I don't like your item number 4. The creator should get a prize for every puzzle the creator posts. I want money!
whatnauts, when did this take affect/effect (one of these choices has to be right)?
Wendy, there is special recognition for the first person to solve a puzzle. Instead of receiving you are the fastest person screen, the message reads You Are The First Person To Solve This Puzzle, or some such drivel.
Wendy, I think it's a good idea: "special recognition for the very first person who solves a puzzle." What about :
1 - the line of the first solver is marked in light blue / green / violet
2 - the color then follows the solver as he / she lasts on the board
3 - there could be a line no.11 for the very first solver (colored)
4 - the creator can not partake in this "contest"
Oh, but PJ...do you know what it's like to see yourself drop lower and lower on the list? When I was first making top ten lists....I would get so excited and then watch as I got lower and lower on the list until I'd fall off. So I would imagine that anyone who was a 'marked' man/woman would be even more petrified as they watched themselves fall into the deep end never to return. So even though it's sounds like a great idea at first....it might not be a great idea at the second look. ;-)
Ardy, after you just mentioned what you did, I was thinking that there should be special recognition for the very first person who solves a puzzle. There are actually people who try to be the first. Ninety-nine percent of the time they don't last long in the top spot, but it is another kind of challenge...and it's got its merits. And thank you for the other part of your comment. :-)
PJ, thank you very much. I kind of goofed with the two middle flowers but I was in a rush and didn't bother changing the colors of them.
Thank you, Sue. I left you a comment on the other puzzle....and I'm glad you had fun on this one. :-)
whatnauts, thank you! The problem with this though, is that it really does tax my hand when I draw freehand...so most of the time, the blocks will be just plain blocks. :-(
This was fun, thanks. 4:21
This is wonderful way to display your blocks - much more interesting this way.
HI Wendy. I approved your membership, wasn't sure if you were still interested or not.
You are a true artist. The idea is great; to combine an interesting honeycomb pattern with flowers. The color and from contrasts are at the same time striking and harmonious. Excellent work.
I thought I was going to be solver #150 but by the time I finished I'm #153. Lots of people like this delightful and artistic picture. Thanks, Wendy.