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Some advice for Experts for the creation of Grids

Herewith some tips for creating grids.

Enter a grid from a Word or Excel file:
-- Select all the cells of the table in the original file and copy to the clipboard (CTRL C)
-- Start with an empty grid (New empty grid) or delete all cells in the grid
-- Select all cells in the grid Sudoku1 (click the top left cell+ Click bottom right cell with the Shift button)
-- Copy values in Sudoku1 (CTRL V)
-- Set grid as starting grid (menu Sudoku)
-- Start searching all solutions (CTRL G)
-- Copy the first solution of search in the  reference grid (End)
-- Save your grid in format Sudoku1 (CTRL S) or text mode (SHIFT T)

Creating new grids:

You can create grids Sudoku1 with different interest, with or without variants, thanks to the online Sudoku1 functions.
If you get a very difficult one, specific issues to be submitted to the community, feel free.
Use the search function to verify that there is a solution, testing the difficulty with Propose ...

Creating new Sudoku1 Functions:
The new Sudoku1 functions, you have created, can be installed automatically by any user, if you follow the following procedures. Zip your work, with all the files in the directory Custom. Start Install Macro before, to check that everything is OK.
--> Announce your New Grids
After creating the grid, you can create a compact and automatic install.
- Save your grids in text format (SHIFT T), and place them in the directory Custom
- Create a file Catalog (see example AddGridList.dat) including all of your grid names
- Create a Macro (see example MacroFunc.macro) which updates the catalog and copy grids
- Zip and make it available on the site www.Sudoku1v2.free.fr
 
--> Announce your Irregular Grid Definition
After creating one or more irregular grid definition, you can create a compact and automatic install.
- Select the Magic Display "Variant 2 - Irregular" (F7)
- Delete any definition of irregular block - SHIFT + B then Clear
- Create an irregular grid, block by block: select N cells, enter SHIFT + B, then the block number 
- Open the file IRGBlk.dat with your editor and check that "!New definition" lies well at the end of file. Then close the file.
- Save your Definition of irregular block - SHIFT + W
- Create a file (see example AddIRGBlk.dat) including only your new block irregulars (those after "! New definition" of the file IRGBlk.dat).
- Create a Macro (see example MacroFunc.macro) which updates the file IRGBlk.dat
- Zip everything (macro and your file DefIrregulier) and make it available on the site www.Sudoku1v2.free.fr

--> Announce your Magic Display
- Create your favorite display, and then save it  with the "Save Magic" in the panel magic (F7)
- Copy these files (with an evocative name if possible) in custom
- Create a Macro (see example MacroFunc.macro), which copies the file .magic in the right directory.
- Zip everything (macro and your files) and make it available on the site www.Sudoku1v2.free.fr

 --> Announce your funny Animed Images
- Put in your 16 Custom animated images .gif
- Create a file .ani (see example Nature.ani), which defines the 16 images and the number of iterations for each image
- Create a Macro (see example MacroFunc.macro), which copies the files in the correct directory.
- Zip everything (macro and your files) and make it available on the site www.Sudoku1v2.free.fr

--> Announce your Examples of methods resolution
- Create a baseline grid on which you will demonstrate your method of resolution
- Run the generation of Macro: SHIFT + Y
- Type in your successive changes in the grid, which will be automatically added in the macro
- Save the macro: SHIFT + Z
- Open the macro myMacro.macro in your favorite editor
- Adding comments (COMMENT ;...)
- Adding Breaks (PAUSE; -1)
- Save your Macro in the evocatively titled file METHODExxx.macro
- Replay your Macro to see the effect: SHIFT + M
- Zip everything (macro and grid) and make it available on the site www.Sudoku1v2.free.fr

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