New Remix Tool

Case number:954892-2002354
Topic:Developer Preview
Opened by:Bruno Kestemont
Opened on:Tuesday, April 26, 2016 - 16:32
Last modified:Wednesday, April 13, 2022 - 18:31

Great tool ! Some suggestions:

a- on first run, display some message like "loading database"
b- the tool should not be in front of the remixing loop, please put it on another place (tip for players= move the protein to see the loop)
c- would it be possible to put the remix results in the Undos ? (with up to >50 remixes, it's quite hard to select one) ?
d- OR suggesting an optional chain-remix with undos (remix from previous first remix)?
e- OR a kind of infinite remix that would try to retain any changed solution to the undo ?
f- an optional "Remix & Shake 1" (with right click or so) in order to see the potential points of each remix
g- a button to "save to undo" any remix that we like in a long series? (when done, these solutions would be added to the undo)
h-a Lua function for this new tool; aim is scripting in order to be able to do some of the above (basically remix - shake - compare)

(Tue, 04/26/2016 - 16:32  |  3 comments)

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Thanks for the feedback!

a - The plan is to have prediction puzzles load the library on the puzzle load screen, like design puzzles do.

b - I'm moving it further below the loop as we speak

c,d,e - I'm also working on a solution to this problem

f - That might be a good idea. I was hoping to show the centroid score, which should give an estimate for how well it scores after a shake.

g - This might be solved by the c,d,e solution

h - This is in the works!

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We also have a great discussion thread here about it now: (made primarily for the logs of things that have already been discussed but feel free to add more questions/comments/ideas there).

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