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RE: First beta online - 11/12/2005 1:09:30 PM   
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my e-mail is musicphreak25@hotmail.com

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it's not corrupted, but Your mail is picky


Information Only: Hotmail automaticly assumes zip files contain viruses and won't deliver them.

Tina

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RE: First beta online - 11/13/2005 1:52:00 AM   
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my e-mail is musicphreak25@hotmail.com

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it's not corrupted, but Your mail is picky


Information Only: Hotmail automaticly assumes zip files contain viruses and won't deliver them.

Tina


Yahoo! actually scans the content of the ZIP. Try using one of those addresses.

Cyclone

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RE: First beta online - 11/13/2005 9:54:20 AM   
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Thanks to Leena I learned that hotmail does scan, but won't do the bigger files.

Thanks for the suggestions, I have rogers, yahoo, g-mail, and on and on. So when I remember the passwords and...err...the login names...I'll do just that :D

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RE: First beta online - 11/17/2005 12:30:00 AM   
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I apologize if this has been answered before - I looked - but what does it mean when I get this error message with the Web loader in PicPuz?: "The following error occurred: Mozaiek puzzle files could not be loaded. Japanese puzzle files could not be loaded. Zoekplaatje puzzle files could not be loaded." Puzzles are downloaded but I think this error is telling me that some are missing.

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RE: First beta online - 11/17/2005 1:00:15 AM   
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The Pic Puz program doesn't download the Sudoku and the MAP puzzles... So that is the error message that you get...

Gali

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RE: First beta online - 11/17/2005 1:41:14 AM   
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Until late this summer the program downloaded extra puzzles from http://www.puzzelsport.nl/. Something changed at their end, and the additional puzzles are not available now. They changed once a month or something like that.
Leena

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RE: First beta online - 11/17/2005 3:53:55 AM   
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All the puzzles on the puzzlesport site are all also available as regular conceptis puzzles. So we don't miss anything when we can't download them anymore.
Wilma

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RE: First beta online - 11/18/2005 2:21:53 PM   
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Hi everyone. I just downloaded PicPuz after not knowing about it for far too long. Would anyone be able to send me their puzzle archives? My e-mail is finlayaidan@yahoo.com.au Thanks!

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RE: First beta online - 11/18/2005 6:15:58 PM   
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e3x, check Your mail
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RE: First beta online - 11/20/2005 12:25:04 AM   
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Can I have the archive of puzzles too?

My email is sarahque@ix.netcom.com

Thanks, now that I can save them, I can play more of them.

Sarah

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RE: First beta online - 11/20/2005 12:52:25 AM   
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sarahque, You have mail
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RE: First beta online - 11/23/2005 6:28:28 PM   
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Hi everyone. I just downloaded PicPuz. Would anyone be able to send me their puzzle archives? My e-mail is mighar98@hotmail.com
Thanks!

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RE: First beta online - 11/24/2005 2:13:34 AM   
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milis, check Your mail
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RE: First beta online - 11/24/2005 8:26:04 AM   
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Hello all!
I'd be very greatful if someone could send me their puzzles in picpuz format. I just downloaded the program and would love some more puzzles.
My email is cmo267@nyu.edu.
Thank you!

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RE: First beta online - 11/24/2005 10:06:11 AM   
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I will send them to you.

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RE: First beta online - 11/24/2005 6:23:15 PM   
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I have been using the PicPuz program for a while and just started entering some puzzles from a Hanjie magazine using the Txt2Pap utility. At the same time I made separate folders for PAP, LAP and PAP inside the puzzle folder. I have discovered that if I move the .non files that come with PicPuz into the PAP folder, I start getting a bunch of errors when opening either PicPuz or Txt2Pap. Windows Installer starts looking for a Puzzler.msi file. If I am patient and just keep clicking cancel, they will open and operate correctly, but I have to do it every time I start the programs. If I move the .non files back to the Puzzles folder - it all works fine again. Any idea why it cares where the data files are stored?

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RE: First beta online - 11/25/2005 2:50:55 AM   
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Any idea why it cares where the data files are stored?


Because I am/was not familiar with the tool I made the setup with. Sorry for that inconvenience but I don't find the time to fix that problem in the near future. Just leave the .non files in their primary folder.

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RE: First beta online - 11/25/2005 8:21:26 AM   
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I have been using the PicPuz program for a while and just started entering some puzzles from a Hanjie magazine using the Txt2Pap utility. At the same time I made separate folders for PAP, LAP and PAP inside the puzzle folder. I have discovered that if I move the .non files that come with PicPuz into the PAP folder, I start getting a bunch of errors when opening either PicPuz or Txt2Pap. Windows Installer starts looking for a Puzzler.msi file. If I am patient and just keep clicking cancel, they will open and operate correctly, but I have to do it every time I start the programs. If I move the .non files back to the Puzzles folder - it all works fine again. Any idea why it cares where the data files are stored?


So THAT is why I started having problems with PicPuz...though what amuses me is that the samples didn't go right into a Samples folder (within Puzzles) in the first place. I hate having 11 puzzles sitting in the main directory that I cannot sort.

If you get a chance, Ooops, I'm sure this would be a useful fix.

Cyclone

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RE: First beta online - 11/25/2005 9:43:30 AM   
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I hate having 11 puzzles sitting in the main directory that I cannot sort.



Cyclone




Make a copy of them, and sort them elsewhere. I did that, and let the main folder be as it is.

Leena

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RE: First beta online - 11/25/2005 3:34:29 PM   
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Make a copy of them, and sort them elsewhere. I did that, and let the main folder be as it is.

Leena



That's what I did also. When I finish the puzzles, I then move the file and the solution to a new folder, out of the way.

Tina

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