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femurat

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Post Sun Dec 31, 2017 9:02 am

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It's nice to see another spinner here. Your graphs are simple but they work. Well done.

Cheers :)
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jharveee

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Post Sun Dec 31, 2017 1:31 pm

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Hi, So I was looking at your graphs and noticed that besides the photos being upside down, you have inverted your contact points as well.
From what I'm used to seeing, anyways. 97 would be your left contact point, 4 would be your right contact point. Perhaps I'm just confused, I was flipping my tablet upside down to read your graphs. But, what really matters is you got it Opened!
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Jaakko Fagerlund

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Post Sun Dec 31, 2017 4:04 pm

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Yep, finding two "same" numbers in consecutive wheels is an indication that the person who set the combo misdialed the number of turns or didn't have any idea how it should be done and also most probably didn't test it.
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ironwill04

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Post Sun Dec 31, 2017 5:26 pm

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femurat wrote:It's nice to see another spinner here. Your graphs are simple but they work. Well done.

Cheers :)


Yes the spinning is becoming an addiction
What do you mean they are simple? How can i improve on them?
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ironwill04

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Post Sun Dec 31, 2017 5:28 pm

Re: S&G

jharveee wrote:Hi, So I was looking at your graphs and noticed that besides the photos being upside down, you have inverted your contact points as well.
From what I'm used to seeing, anyways. 97 would be your left contact point, 4 would be your right contact point. Perhaps I'm just confused, I was flipping my tablet upside down to read your graphs. But, what really matters is you got it Opened!


Sorry about the upside graphs, i dont know what happened. They were right side up before i uploaded. At the time of the graph i earnest sure about which contact was which. I kept getting them comfused. Now i think I'm pretty good though.

Also in the one graph i ran the numbers on the y axis the wrong way so you have top look for both graphs rising.

Wil
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ironwill04

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Post Sun Dec 31, 2017 6:53 pm

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Jaakko Fagerlund wrote:Yep, finding two "same" numbers in consecutive wheels is an indication that the person who set the combo misdialed the number of turns or didn't have any idea how it should be done and also most probably didn't test it.


Good to know, but was a little dissapointing. Oh well i have a lagard 3330 on its way. Should have ir after the holiday.
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Post Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:12 am

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ironwill04 wrote:
femurat wrote:It's nice to see another spinner here. Your graphs are simple but they work. Well done.

Cheers :)


Yes the spinning is becoming an addiction
What do you mean they are simple? How can i improve on them?


I say they're simple because you're not using a template or graph paper. There's no way to improve something simple that works.

Cheers :)
An old post of mine that you'd like to read is missing pictures? PM me and I'll fix them.
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