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Comments on Puzzle #332: Fourth Night
By Jan Wolter (jan)

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#1: Jan Wolter (jan) on Dec 21, 2005 [HINT]

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#2: Jan Wolter (jan) on Dec 21, 2005
I left a blank column in this puzzle to keep the size a multiple of five. I find puzzles with 34 columns confusing because the block of four columns at the end looks too much like a five column block and messes up my counting. It's not an image that can easily be modified to make it one pixel wider. I thought leaving a blank column was a lesser annoyance.
#3: Mark Conger (aruba) on Dec 23, 2005 [HINT]
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#4: Bobbie Hall (koalaobo) on Jun 21, 2006 [HINT]
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#5: Gitte Olesen (granny40) on Jan 8, 2007 [HINT]
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#6: Rachel R (rachel) on Aug 1, 2007
I couldn't do it. As soon as I knew what it was, I filled in some that I wouldn't have otherwise been able to. I really appreciate it being a a multiple of five. Otherwise it is more work to count.
#7: Robert Kummerfeldt (rmkummerfeldt) on Aug 2, 2007 [HINT]
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#8: Brad Bradley (roc4u.1) on Dec 29, 2007
Yeah, edge logic and some patience were the kicker on this one :D
#9: Adam Nielson (monkey) on Jun 5, 2008 [HINT]
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#10: Jane Doe (telly) on Jun 5, 2008 [SPOILER]
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#11: Arduinna (arduinna) on Jun 5, 2008
Jane and Adam must be working their way through the puzzles numerically! Every time I check the forum, you both have comments added to these older puzzles! I jump around, so I've solved some of the older ones but certainly not all of them. I remember that this one sat in my partial list for a loooong time until I finally found what I was missing.
#12: Adam Nielson (monkey) on Jun 27, 2008
Yes, Arduinna. At least for me. I am new to this site (relatively) and so I am doing 3 sets of puzzles. I have started solving them numerically from the very first (I am around #400 now), I have started working backwards from the most recent ones (I have gotten back to about 2300), and I continue to do the very newest ones each time they pop up.
#13: Jota (Jota) on Jul 20, 2008
Loved it !


#14: Jota (Jota) on Jul 20, 2008
Loved it !


#15: Jota (Jota) on Jul 20, 2008
Loved it !


#16: Jota (Jota) on Jul 20, 2008
Loved it !


#17: Jota (Jota) on Jul 20, 2008
Loved it !
Do I get a prize ?


#18: Nancy Snyder (naneki) on Jul 20, 2008
with that many "loved it" I should hope so :}
#19: Patricia de Andrade Mota (kaba) on Jul 20, 2008
Until I finally hit that one cell that made all fall in place I coudn't quite believe it wouldn't require guessing. Very good!
And I agree about the multiples of 5.
#20: Levi Ross (rhodyboy888) on Nov 18, 2008 [HINT]
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#21: Adam Nielson (monkeyboy) on Jun 26, 2009 [HINT]
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#22: Byrdie (byrdie) on Nov 10, 2009
Though I can't completely put my finger on why, I really liked this puzzle and gave it high marks.

I'll admit this one had a rather long period of blank stare time before I hit that "aha" moment. There were a couple little spots that suddenly clicked and from there it solved rather quickly.

I like that it's symetrical in parts and yet challengingly (did I just make up a word?!) not in others.
#23: giovanni seidner (giovannisei) on Dec 7, 2009
dude, i'de like this...
did u also a Jewish...?
#24: Jan Wolter (jan) on Dec 7, 2009 [SPOILER]
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#25: Amy Weiner (amyjw) on Sep 21, 2010 [HINT]
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#26: Diana W (aeris) on Mar 26, 2011 [SPOILER]
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#27: Kristen Coolman (kristen) on Nov 8, 2012
I relied on a lot of symmetry to solve this, but I can handle symmetry :)

This marks a fun milestone, because I only have 5000 puzzles left to solve.
#28: Thomas Genuine (Genuine) on Nov 23, 2021
Excuse me, but an eight-candle lighting (nine with shamus) has a special name: Hanukkiah. Menorah has always seven candles.

In our family we celebrate Christmas and Hanukka at the same time if it's in the same time. Hebrew calendar is more complicated so the date is changing.
#29: Valerie Mates (valerie) on Nov 24, 2021 [HINT] [SPOILER]
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