I made a video in response
to your edge-flip routine. There are a lot of ways to flip edges so I wanted to cover some of the logical ways I see for flipping them.
Thanks for your video for me! Thank you that showed interesting combinations! I looked the Megaminx on the other hand.
Please watch my video - http://youtu.be/mEov5TFbkxY
I made it specially for you.
In addition I showed what it works at the cube 3x3x3.Principle following
I put a edge to the "port" with wrong-color, and I get out it with correct-color.
- I put the first edge through the L-layer, and I get out it through the B-layer.
- I put the second edge through the B-layer, and I get out it through the L-layer.
I don't say that it is the only way.
Besides, you misunderstood me and made operation on the solved side. In result you get the mirror case. Probably it confused you.
I hope the question is settled?
I looked your video again. It is really interesting.
I thought and I have a question: Was I correctly used the term "Flip edges" in my case? Or I had to apply other term?
Thank you for your work! I am really grateful to you!
I understood all flip-tricks which you showed.
Your flip-principle is based on direct and return movements. I use it now for solving Rubik's cubes without algorithms.
Consider that my manual for beginners.
I never before didn't devote much time to the analysis of edges in Megaminx. Now there will be an occasion. I didn't think that it is so interesting.