Bundy

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  • 2 months, 3 weeks ago Bundy Level 11 MOC Designer
    Hi GM1940,
    as stated, it is just an example! Read the instructions from the beginning. You have to get the solving movements from a cube solving website. The you build your solving algorithm in the main program and you should put the initialisation routine as the first block, as shown in the example.
    Bjoern
  • 2 months, 3 weeks ago Bundy Level 11 MOC Designer
    HI, sorry for the late reply. somehow all comment notifications landed in my SPAM folder.
    I added the screenshot of the init-routine to this models pictures. It is a bit different then in the book but works the same.
    I hope I was able to help.
    Bjoern
  • 2 months, 3 weeks ago Bundy Level 11 MOC Designer
    Hi Fixxer666,
    sorry for the late reply. Somehow I did not receive any notification about the recent comments. Seem to have landed in SPAM. Please try to describe your problem more in detail. If nothing is moving, then either the battery is dead or you have the motor power setting not set correctly. This is set in the initialisation routine.
    The Red green and blue subroutines are just to do the single, double or counter-clockwise rotations. Not for the actual cube colours.
    I hope I was able to help.
    Bjoern
  • 4 months, 2 weeks ago Bundy Level 11 MOC Designer
    Hi McGyverek,
    the writing success depends on the type of pen you use and the height and pressure you adjust the pen to.
    However, as stated in the instructions, you will get the best and most consistent results if you use the dot matrix function to generate letters. 
    I amcurrentlytravelling and will check the code after my return, again.
    Bjoern
  • 4 months, 3 weeks ago Bundy Level 11 MOC Designer
    HI Yannis,
    I do not speak much french, so I will answer in english. The problem you are having (not all programming blocks are displayed) is very common to many users of the App nowadays. The app recently perfomed an update and some programming blocks got lost during that update. For most users, it helped to uninstall and re-install the app (on iOS). The windows app seems to have some more severe problems which can not be solved with a simple re-install. According to the Lego Customer Service, the windows app will be discontinued.
    I hope I was able to help. If you like the book, I would be pleased if you could leave a comment on Amazon.

    Happy Play! 
    Bjoern