BUGS1005 COLLECTION - NBR 798

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forlan
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BUGS1005 COLLECTION - NBR 798

Who can help me?
I can't get solved the following puzzles, I tried using Solver Program, and nothing, it reply no solution

How can I paste a level or image, at this forum????

Mark
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  Level: '799' Nr: 792 Collection: 'Bugs1005 collections'

Title: Buddy Casamis 1003 798
Solution/Moves 614/97/57/48/57/308

  Moves/Pushes/Box-lines/Changes/Steps/Pusher-lines: 614/97/57/48/57/308
Mark
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Hi, in my counter there is all minus one level.

So the previous level is actually 799.

The actual 798 is similar (remodel)


  Level: '798' Nr: 791 Collection: 'Bugs1005 collections'

Solution/Moves 1154/290/123/72/119/549

  Moves/Pushes/Box-lines/Changes/Steps/Pusher-lines: 1154/290/123/72/119/549
W. M. Dekker
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Why different level numbers?
Why that strange numbering 794:798 and 795:799 ?

I copied the 2 solutions given by Mark, and imported them into my scoreboard.
They were both valid solutions.
I only had to find out, what levelnumber (as given on mine computer) belongs to the first solution, and what to the second solution.

Mark's solution for:

Hi, in my counter there is all minus one level.

So the previous level is actually 799.

The actual 798 is similar (remodel)
Level:
Solution/Moves 1154/290/123/72/119/549

is on my computer numbered as: 794:799

Marks solution for:

Title: Buddy Casamis 1003 798
Solution/Moves 614/97/57/48/57/308

is on my computer numberd as: 795:799

Why this confusing numbering ??

W. M. Dekker
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Sorry, I made a mistake.
On mine computer they are numberd as: 794:798 and 795:799.

bjorn
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About the weird numbering.

The first number is the level number in the file, 1, 2, 3 ... for every level in the file. This number is only shown in the level selector.

After the ":" is the identity of the level. Which can be a number or a name. The identity is of course used to identify the level with the corresponding score/solution in the score file.

It gets confusing, when a collection of levels has numbers for identities, but has missing levels. There can, for example, be missing levels when duplicates have been removed. In these cases, I can't just renumber the levels and publish it, since that would make all scores and solutions invalid.

Mark
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Like Bjorn said, some levels were crossed out,
so the numbering is not equal to level identity.
The another problem arised because the new Bugs
collection has 998 levels and I have the old one with
1003 levels.