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Swirl Quartet

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pdevredis65

Thanks so much, whatnauts!

pdevredis65

I'm not computer savvy either, and I never thought of checking to see if I was still signed in--I automatically assumed that being allowed to "continue" meant that I had to be signed in, or how would Jigidi know I had started it, and where I was in the puzzle?! But I should have remembered the Jigidi Users Group, where it will greet me with "Hello, Patricia", and then, when I go to read the newest messages, inform me that I have to sign in first! I always yell at the computer, asking how it knows my name if I'm not signed in!!!

whatnauts

This was superb PD. Thanks very much.

siouxzn

Thanks Kathy and pd, I've been allowed to "continue" puzzles that showed up in my bookmarks as unworked. Not being at all computer savy, I had no clue as to what had happened. And, I too, concluded that it must have been due to a "senior moment".

pdevredis65

No, I think you're right, and I think that's what happened here, and when I lost the tugman one and another one, and I think I know what it is. The computer I use to solve puzzles will, if I am away from it for any amount of time, go blank, of course. When I tap a key, it comes back on exactly where I was. So, if I was in the middle of a puzzle, it shows up. It also let's me hit "continue" for some reason, even though, as it turns out, I am no longer signed in. I discovered that fact when I decided that I didn't want to keep working on a puzzle when I came back to the computer, but wanted to start another, and clicked on "bookmarked", and found out that I was no longer signed in. So even though it lets me continue from where I left off, which I don't understand, it is now the work of a guest...

katwoody99

I have had that happen a few times ... and later discovered that I wasn't signed in to Jigidi when it happened. I hadn't intentionally signed out, just a quirk probably caused by my browser. It happened once on a monster, one of yours or Tugman, so of course I went back and re-did the puzzle!

Anyway, just a thought. Your issue may be totally unrelated - maybe a Jigidi gremlin:-)

pdevredis

Thanks, Kathy! And I was absolutely sure that I had solved this, but there is no time for me in my profile, and it's still in my unfinished bookmarks. I am really having a major senior moment here.....!

katwoody99

Oh yes, delightful! 29:16

pdevredis

They are miniature swirls, sorta--each one is a full-sized drawing in itself, whatnauts. But the condensation compacts them, and that's why the colors meld more and are harder to discern, siouxzn. Plus, of course, having a quill computer! LOL!

Thanks, I'm glad you like it!

siouxzn

I have the quill of computer equipment, so I couldn't really see some of the darker pieces. But, somehow, that made it more exciting, go figure. :-)

whatnauts

Yummy, yummy, yummy. Primaries plus purple. Miniature swirls (well sorta). Terrific quartet, PD.

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