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Subject: when Two clue tiles are directly next to each other rss

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K Smith
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What happens when 2 clue tiles are next to each other? There's no intersecting space to put the part.

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How would that happen? Each pair of clues indicates a row and a column, and there is one and only one space that exists at that coordinate.
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In that case, one of the two is the intersecting space. You put the part on the clue space that the other clue space is pointing to.
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There will always be an intersecting tile.
The clue tiles essentially imply that, "It'll be in this row and in this column." That will always indicate only a single space.

When in the same row, for example:

← →


...it will always be the vertical clue tile.



Otherwise, when in the same column:



← →

...it will always be the horizontal clue tile.

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Excellent explanations. Thanks very much!
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