Lösungscode: Zeile 5 und Spalte 9 ohne Leerzeichen.
am 9. April 2021, 19:41 Uhr von XeonRisq
When you mouse over the Thermometer option in Constraint Tools, the last line says:
Shift click and drag to draw a branching thermometer.
For this puzzle, you'd need to shift click at the bulb for the start of the second one and just turn the different direction at the end.
I tested it and it works fine. But don't make the shapes too confusing, with multiple options that can't be disambiguated, or it will require more instructions or flat out disinterest from the users.
am 9. April 2021, 17:25 Uhr von Pr0gm4n
Thanks for your detailed feedback! You're right, there is no real reason for this... other than that I couldn't figure out how to start two thermos in the same cell with this tool. Any idea?
am 9. April 2021, 00:42 Uhr von XeonRisq
Like this one as much as the last, and the break in was a bit more obvious due to the severe constraint. But I do have one question, if the thermos share a path and are going in the same direction, what is the purpose of the middle bulbs?
am 8. April 2021, 09:20 Uhr von Pr0gm4n
Motivated by my first puzzle on LM yesterday, my "normal" (i.e. non-puzzling) friends begged me for a simpler puzzle to learn. Hence, I tried to create a second, electricity-themed thermo-killer sudoku. Do you agree this one is a bit easier (esp. the break-in) than my 12V Electricity from yesterday?
Have fun solving!