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  • catsandbooks
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    Originally posted by UNDEFINED View Post
    Try getting 4 of the buttons with the fewest number of lines out to the 4 corners, then move the rest around in the middle. You may need to try a couple different corner-pieces, or swap the corners with each other. This is purely a trial-and-error type puzzle.




    Originally posted by Tom Thatcher View Post
    Because the wires can seem to "flip" based upon moving them around, I'm not really sure how to describe it for you in detail in an effective manner (I'll keep noodling it and let you know).
    Originally posted by Tom Thatcher View Post

    I noticed that your peg numbers are a bit different from mine on Senior...either that means it's random, or you probably need to move each around in several different directions to separate overlapping wires...


    Here are some basics that I discovered that eventually led to a solution:




    Start by putting the two pins with the highest number of wires (I had one with 8 and one with 7) in the top corners, one left and one right.

    Pull one of your next highest pins down to the bottom center (you'll likely have to change which one this is as you progress in solving it, but even a wrong one should help get you started).

    Start moving some of the smallest-number pins (that are joined to both the 7 and 8) into the top center of the frame, just below the wire joining the 7 and 8--put the pins in a vertical column, so that the wires don't overlap or cross.

    You can only do that with a few pins, and you'll likely need to switch them around a bit to prevent crossing.

    You'll begin to see the effect you need to create as you move the other pins around in the remaining space--this and some occasional switching out and perseverance should help you get through it.




    I hope that begins to help you move in the right direction!


    Beleive me, it's totally worth it to finish!


    Good luck!

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  • lindseyb21
    started a topic portrait backing spoiler welcome

    portrait backing spoiler welcome

    im struggling with removing the backing from the portrait that was broke at the beginning any help or spoilers would be awesome thanks in advance.
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