Pete the Geek wrote:
... I have all the edges in place, but three are flipped. In previous cases I had just 2 flipped edges. It is *possible* that I had ONE edge pop out and put it in wrong. ....
You have probably looked at this thread viewtopic.php?f=8&t=22792
If I recollect it correctly, the thread assumed that you can solve the edges of a Pyraminx Crystal.Three
edges cannot be flipped, if all others are correct.
So you have probably put back one edge incorrectly.
Please, have a look at a Pyraminx Crystal solution and find move sequences which flip two
Jaap's puzzle page may be a good choice http://www.jaapsch.net/puzzles/pyracrys.htm
(But I have not looked at it myself.)
Bmenrigh has made a very good sequence of videos about solving the Starminx.
Part 1 is here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOiUDa_ ... jmT5NGQ%3DEDIT
: Here is a pretty short move sequence to flip two edges on a Pyraminx Crystal:
F' [UL'2 B2 UL'2] F [UL2 B'2 UL2] ( a [1,3] commutator]
In commutator notation: [F', UL'2 B2 UL'2]
It is on Brandon's (bmenrigh's) video.
Try it on Gelatinbrain: A',I'2,L2,I'2,A,I2,L'2,I2,
If you are not familiar with the TP notation for dodecahedra, please, have a look hereviewtopic.php?f=8&t=22683&p=272521#p272521
Here is a link to Brandon's sequence utility. You can translate Gelatinbrain sequences to the TP notation:http://www.brandonenright.net/cgi-bin/gb_util.pl