I created this speed cube timer with inspiration from the fantastically simple speed cube timer at www.cubetimer.com
. However, I felt that it lacked features to help me track my speedsolving progress. To this end, you can view charts that show your speedsolving evolve over time. In addition, you can download your speedsolving log as a csv
-file if you want to do statistics yourself. Furthermore, if you create a login, you will be able to track you speedsolving no matter what device you are using.
The WCA inspection mode automatically gives penalties according to WCA (World Cubing Association) regulations
. A user has 15 seconds of inspection time. If the user does not complete inspection within 15 seconds, the user receives a penalty of 2 seconds. If the user does not complete inspection within 17 seconds, the user receives a DNF (did not finish) penalty. Penalties can also be manually added/removed on previous solves.
The following two websites really helped me improve my speedsolving. I hope they will help you too.
, which can be found here: https://github.com/cubing/jsss
This website is updated from time to time. If you are interested in what has changed, take a look at the changelog
If you have any problems, comments or suggestions about this site, please do not hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org