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THILLIAR 2004-03-26 14:20

Try a real Maze
Burn your Brains on this Maze.
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Edit: I have no idea what a .dwf file is, but without a better description and a posting history I have to assume it is some sort of bad thing, so it has been removed until one of the Puzzle mods can decide what they want to do with this... -Xyzzy

THILLIAR 2004-03-26 15:46


THILLIAR 2004-03-26 15:49


THILLIAR 2004-03-26 15:54

Here it is again.
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Wacky 2004-03-27 20:04

I agree that the file type, per se, is a valid one. However, few of us have, or want to have, the AutoDesk viewer. I suggest that you reformat it as a
graphic in a format that we can all readily see.

THILLIAR 2004-03-29 13:47

All other file types pdf jpg gif... to big to post over 100k.

dsouza123 2004-03-30 00:27

What format(s) were you able to save it to ?

It is monochrome so it could be saved as 1 bit per pixel.

I know xbm format is monochrome and is viewable by web browsers.
It could then be zipped and maybe make the 100k limit.

The xbm format is text based so it should compress well.

Here is an example

#define count_width 40
#define count_height 16
static char count_bits[] = {

Just copy and paste it into a text editor and save as filename.xbm

The first five 0x00 make the top row.

THILLIAR 2004-03-30 15:55

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This was way more work than I had planned.

THILLIAR 2004-09-23 15:34

I take it no one has yet been able to solve this yet.

JuanTutors 2004-09-23 16:14

If you didn't notice, mine loaded at magnification 37%. I had to blow it up to 100% b/c Some details that are visible at 100% are not visible at 37%.

I actually tried it at 37% b/c it looks like a maze w/ 1-bit wide corridors. I looked like :shock:. I found there was no solution!! That's when I figured out that I needed to change the magnification. :ernst:

sonjohan 2004-09-27 11:26

:lol: I tried to see if windows Paint was able to find the solution for me( you know, the fill button)... :razz:
Guess what: it didn't really appreciate me doing so..... it crashed. :surrender

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