Ron wrote:4) added 2 seconds inspection time in case of misalignment (during inspection). The competitor can do the alignment. Thanks Dan.
1) COMPETITOR should align the faces, AFTER notifying the judge
If the pieces of the puzzle are not fully aligned, then the competitor may fix it, only to align the faces (for cubes the manipulation must not exceed limits given in article 10f).
Ron wrote:Hi Stefan,Instead of inventing a new verbal or visual vocabulary, I like the signing idea much better. Judge writes down the result (eg "12.34", "12.34+2" or "DNF") and competitor agrees by signing and disagrees by not doing so.
We do not disagree that your proposal is indeed better.
We may disagree on the practical side here.
In more than 95% of the cases, there is no problem at all.
So why make the procedure much longer (at least 10 seconds per solve) with the risk of getting disqualified where nothing happened (picking up the cube before the time was written down)?
When a quick OK, PENALTY, NO SOLVE would be enough to get things clear?
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