You can put in green numbers to indicate possibles and red numbers to indicate impossibles.
To put in greens individually, go to the square you want and click on it. A box of numbers appears. Hit shift and click on the number you want to enter. That puts a green in place. Don't know how to put in reds.
its the same but its the alt button, on my computer anyways
There is also a URL that one of the regulars has that allows you to auto fill in possibles. I've never gotten it to work but someone more knowledgeable would be able to help.
There is the reds answer....same thing but the alt button. Thanks!!!
no problemo :)
Somehow I've managed to mess this puzzle up twice.. grr
this is a tricksy one
Greens, Reds, Three Guesses, Entrails, and I Ching.
i`m trying not to use greens, they haven`t been working for me.. well done though!
done, no greens!
the number nine hates me
I could have done this with no greens if I hadn't missed an obvious pair! Happy New Year All!!
Happy New Year and may you have the best year ever hugggs
Difficulty score 32. No green. That was fun! I've only been doing these for the last 3 years because they are good mental stimulation :).
Hey drwho - happy new decade! ;-)
My new decade start in 2013. I was born in a year ending in 3.
Me too. I like that system.
Okay, I'll get back to you on that in 3 years.
K. I'm guessing that you are Canadian?
No... an American who relied on Wikipedia! Plus October sounded right, I guess I was thinking of the October Revolution which took place in November, depending on how you look at it.
No, you were exactly right about when Italy, France and Spain changed over to the Gregorian calendar.
It just took a while for the changes to propagate.
But England and the colonies resisted for a couple centuries.
And the start of the New Year was not consistently Jan 1 until more recently, too. Even now I guess there are "fiscal years" and "plan years" for insurance, not to mention "school years"... but at least there's a standard way of referring to individual dates so we don't have ambiguity on that level.
Just no standard way of defining decades! ;-)
Yes, March 1st was the new year for the ancient Roman calendar and it seems Julius Ceasar changed it to Jan. 1. It took England until 1752 to change to Jan. 1st.
Hey, can anyone online give me the java script to fill in the boxes, Thanks and Happy New Year (Decade?)