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Lix => Lix Levels => Topic started by: Simon on August 18, 2019, 07:35:41 am

Title: Lix Proof Collection (solutions for all levels)
Post by: Simon on August 18, 2019, 07:35:41 am
Hi,

https://github.com/SimonN/lemforum-replays

...offers at least one solving replay ("proof") for every singleplayer level in the main Lix download.

Installation:
Usage: You can choose:
A solving replay is called a proof of solvability for its level. A level with at least one proof is called covered. Ideally, the proof shows the intended solution. When somebody else than the level author covers the level, it's usually close to the intended solution, but it might be a backroute.

If you're a singleplayer level designer, it's good style to cover your levels. If you would like your levels included in the main Lix download, please send me both the levels and their proofs, so I can include your proofs in the proof collection.

-- Simon
Title: Re: Lix Proof Collection (solutions for all levels)
Post by: Forestidia86 on September 28, 2020, 08:15:28 pm
Installation: Follow above link -> Clone or download -> Download as Zip -> Extract within replays/ of your Lix installation.

That may be a bit pedantic but in a fresh download there is no replays folder although you can just put it in the extraction path so instruction may be technically right.
(I only noticed it because sometimes it irks me that I have to create one myself and thought to myself if a new user could get confused where to put replays. But then again that should have almost no use cases since already one produced replay creates that folder. So I never know if I'm for doing sth. against it.)
Title: Re: Lix Proof Collection (solutions for all levels)
Post by: Simon on September 28, 2020, 08:24:00 pm
pedantic but in a fresh download there is no replays folder although you can just put it in the extraction path so instruction may be technically right.
new user could get confused where to put replays.

Pedantism is excellent for these instructions. I changed the instructions in the opening post to explain making the dir. Thanks!

-- Simon