From: United Kingdom
It seems an eternity ago that you asked for a solution to the Seurat MegaPaP 0005106 to be emailed to you. Having finally cracked it in PicPuz format, and as I am not aware that you have received it already from another source, I have emailed the solution to you, separately, as requested, for you to disseminate however you wish.
Isaac you may, by now, be awash with copies of the solution, but somehow, I think not. That was one tough puzzle, for which PaP Solver was of absolutely no value, as it irretrievably locked up almost immediately, regardless of the stage of the solution process it was attempted. PicPuz is a very worthy program, but the associated PaP Solver has severe limitations in its attempt to solve big PaPs, at least when the program is running on an average PC. See a few number ones, and PaP Solver gives up. See a few billion number ones, as was the case in 0005106, and PaP Solver was guaranteed to suffer meltdown.
I wonder if Oops can please be persuaded to tinker around with this aspect of his PicPuz program.....