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Tested the new version 1.7.1 with 4 puzzles (3 smaller and a 512 piece puzzle) and completed without using the pauze wordaround. They completed with popup screen and no error!But .... the actual puzzle picture completely changed to a picture with numbers, not the original one. Plus jigidi.com loads real slow, but that´s up to them ;)
You can toggle between the picture with numbers (easy puzzle), and the original puzzle picture from the TamperMonkey menu. There is three options to play with at the moment. Those are "Easy Puzzle", "AdBlock" and "Jigidi tracking".
There is three options to play with at the moment. Those are "Easy Puzzle", "AdBlock" and "Jigidi tracking".
There is three options to play with at the moment. Those are "Easy Puzzle", "AdBlock" and "Jigidi tracking".The right settings to get the original picture are:Easy Puzzle - OFFAdBlock - OFFJigidi tracking - ON
YES! First two in a row succesful 👍 Thank you.But it enters me in the scoreboard. Is that intentional?
Old versions didn't allow you to use solver when you were logged into Jigidi, but as with new version it is up to you. Use solver as guest user (sign out from Jigidi) if you don't need/want to have your name on scoreboard.
Old versions didn't allow you to use solver when you were logged into Jigidi, but as with new version it is up to you. Use solver as guest user (sign out from Jigidi) if you don't need/want to have your name on scoreboard.Thanks. I'll try to remember that. Personally I don't care, but no need to spoil things for those that try to reach the top of the charts, - and no need to raise the flag at jigidi!Just another question: What does the "jigidi tracking" actually means. And what's the (dis)advantage of having it ON/OFF?
This is the plan for the future of solver:Today (tonight) I will remove some Jigidi tracking code. Also I will double-check that the mouse/touch events don't have anything "extra" as the solver is not generating actual DOM events like real user.Solver will start imitate how human solves jigsaw. Original code was a kind of hacker's showcase. It wasn't the fastest possible, but it has been definitely the simplest and smallest. Compared to humans it never makes a mistake. Every time it moves a piece, it will be moved to exact location of counterpart. There is zero error. It also grabs, moves, releases and joins pieces as fast as possible with no delay. Also the solving order is random when compared to humans. All this will be changed.I will make a control page, which allows everyone to fine tune all the possible parameters. All the parameters will be initialized to random defaults when you install the script. This ensures that each setup is unique compared to other solver users. This means that there won't be static defaults to allow easy detection of solver. You will be able to control how fast solver moves pieces, how long delays it takes between each step, how likely it picks the right piece and how accurately it is. And some randomness will be added to each of those. Solver will have different solving orders to choose from.Let me know if you have other ideas.
The purpose of this script is to give people who use the auto-solver a fair warning about the restrictions we will impose upon using the auto-solver. Manipulating this script will not influence how restrictions are imposed. On the contrary, disabling the message is a disservice to people using the auto-solver, who will then be unaware of their actions' impending consequences. Doing so without disclosure to the user is deceiving, and it would be reasonable to hold you responsible for their restricted access to Jigidi.
Hopefully it be shared with the rest of us, how to do so...
I'm sure it's our own fault, that Jigidi has started the fight. It all started when we were no longer forced to log out to use the script! ( @jtojanen ) If I had a puzzle-page, I would be very annoyed of the impossible times in the scoreboard too.
It all started when we were no longer forced to log out to use the script! ( @jtojanen ) If I had a puzzle-page, I would be very annoyed of the impossible times in the scoreboard too.
Now I have release third "slow version", and I have successfully solved 600 pieces in 30min 51 secs. I have also removed the old restriction. You SHOULD now create Jigidi account, ALWAYS log in and USE this solver. It seems that Jigidi wants us to fill the leaderboard with our fastest times. This is the least we can do to thank them.Final note. At the moment I don't know how long they will be blocking the IP addresses. But as I already said, it is mistake by them. It will most definitely block legit/fair users too. If your home IP address is now blocked, you can try powering down your router and restarting it. Most ISPs will give you new public IP, but not all. If that doesn't help, use your mobile connection. Or you can use Tor or VPN connection. They cannot block all IP addresses.
In any case, it doesn't hurt to log out before the last moves.
Jigidi would have deserved the super times, but not the owner of the puzzles.
It would help everyone, if the script prevents you from logging in and the solution times are therefore not logged in the leaderboard. The cacher who doesn't feel like doing this puzzles can do the puzzles quickly with the solver. The cache owner do not know because the leaderboard does not contain this data. And the Jigidi people don't lose face either.But I think that's exactly how it used to be.Maybe someone should meet the Jigidi people for a beer and chat. Other than that, I mean the current solution is perfectly fine. Investing a few minutes is okay.
Installed v1.7.9 ... Doesn't work for me, same problems as before (Restricted access etc.) ... Are there any special tricks involved, should I be signed-in to Jigidi?I signed-out before doing the test, maybe that was wrong! Using a VPN so I can swap IP's easily.
@RobertoCavalli The problem seems to be Step 7. press F5 to reload the puzzle page. When I try this the page is reloaded with just the final picture, I cannot complete the puzzle!
Okay, my solution doesn't seem to work after all! Worked okay twice now I get the Oops message! Back to the drawing board!
All of the solutions that have so far been documented didn't work for me so I decided to go a different route. I'm not going to document this because it's too explosive but I have finally found a solution which works for me. Tried it 5 times and every time it worked perfectly. It's very complicated but it works!
I appreciate that we are a community and exchange information freely. My problem is that maybe, maybe one of you (which I don't actually believe) or even me could be a spy for "Big Brother" Jigidi ...
Please don't get paranoid, and start suspecting/accusing members of such things.This is a wide-open board, anyone can read everything in here, even without logging in, or creating an account.
I have just changed my GreasyFork name from Tulip1952 to PJR. Don't want to expose my Geocaching name and no, I'm not paranoid just careful!
May I suggest adding some feature to keep the timer running. As you know it seems to compare against some kind of times (maybe there is certain averages known for each puzzle size? or is it just leaderboard?) and need to idle easily 30 mins or more. The default pauses every 60 sec, annoying to keep pushing this every minute or enabling an auto clicker to idle it out.
May I suggest adding some feature to keep the timer running. As you know it seems to compare against some kind of times (maybe there is certain averages known for each puzzle size? or is it just leaderboard?) and need to idle easily 30 mins or more. The default pauses every 60 sec, annoying to keep pushing this every minute or enabling an auto clicker to idle it out.Hm ... I just solved two puzzles. One of them with times in the leaderboard under 2 minutes and one with only times over 36 minutes. In both cases my resolution time was less than 2 minutes and in both cases I saw the popup with the information about the cache.Marc13's approach still works flawlessly. In my opinion, therefore, no additional features are necessary.
This method is not working for me. And the comments in the linked thread say this as well.After logging in, no progress is saved. Refresh scrambles the puzzle as if I had never started. Help.
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