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 Posted: Fri Sep 14th, 2012 04:15 pm
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Another week, another jigsaw.

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 Posted: Fri Sep 14th, 2012 05:22 pm
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Early this week ...................good-o :roll::roll::roll::cheers



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I've got a new method and it is QUICK! :shock:



Come on Peter, keep up :lol:

Ps, still no looking at the picture either, in fact it could be ANY picture for my system to be this quick. I may look back at the ones where I wasn't fastest and do those again :oops:

Pps, I just knocked 15mins off a previous one I did using my new method :thumbs

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Come on then - spill the beans ..................:roll::roll:



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I could tell you but then I'd.......................you know the rest. Let me try it on the next couple and I'll think about telling you. The only thing I would say is that although it is a quick method it's not particularly interesting while doing the puzzle. So, if you enjoy doing it your way then stick with it. I may even get bored once I've hit the 30 minute target and revert back to the conventional method. There is also absolutely no cheating either. I think it would actually take longer using this system and having the ghost image up as that can be quite distracting at times. :cool:

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I must admit to being intrigued about this.



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Whilst I'm intrigued, and would like to know how you do it TF, I doubt I'd adopt it.

I like doing the puzzles and usually just spend a few minutes at a time doing them.  The time it takes me is, fortunately, unimportant but I do wonder how you lot do them so quickly.  Maybe you have "jigsaw like" minds .................:roll::lol::lol:  In fact, the longer the better for me, although I wouldn't be too impressed with pieces flipped on their heads or sides etc.




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hi all
can someone explain to me how the puzzle works.i did look once and it seemed i would have to down load multiple files or do i just wait for a new one to start.



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Robert wrote:
Another week, another jigsaw.
Attachment: week54.exe (Downloaded 269 times) How many?????????


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how thick am i.i thought each week was a new piece.thanks Robert.:hmm



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I don't know where that 269 downloads came from I'm sure. It just can't be right.

Alan have you got it sussed out now?



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Come on Alan, time to confess. Did you try to download 269 separate pieces? :shock:

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He's faster than me .................:shock::shock::shock::shock::cheers



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No s*** Sherlock :shock:

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hi Robert,yes i have but i'm now totally depressed.i got up to 20% last night and when i came back to it today it hasn't saved.:brickwall



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I don't think you could have exited the jigsaw correctly Alan. When you have finished working on it for the time being then you must click on the "Back" button and then the "Exit" button and your work so far will be saved automatically. Don't give up as I'm sure you will enjoy doing them now you have it sorted.



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Trainfish wrote: Come on Alan, time to confess. Did you try to download 269 separate pieces? :shock:

sussed.just trying to get the figures up.:hmm



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spurno wrote: Trainfish wrote: Come on Alan, time to confess. Did you try to download 269 separate pieces? :shock:

sussed.just trying to get the figures up.:hmm

:mutley:mutley:mutley:mutley:mutley

If you can do it in less than 4 days Alan, you're a genius ........................:cheers



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Hi All!

 

Back from me hollyers, brown, broke and bu&&ered after 3,100kms to and around Gallicia [NW Spain] and decided  to try the puzzle for the first time...but Norton has said it is unsave and removed it before I even got a chance at it! Am I doing something wrong?

 

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It's Norton that's doing something wrong doofer, just because it doesn't recognise the file it won't allow you to open it.



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