Is it true a cube ought not begin with two dark blue start pieces? The screen dump attached shows two dark blue start pieces at the lower left of the cube. I happened to get my highest score on this cube and by coincidence recorded a screen dump showing the two dark blue starting pieces. Is the one dark blue start piece an assumption we should go by? Perhaps and XYZ cube coordinate opposite the chat area could help locate the cube when viewing screen dumps like the one attached.
The first attached file was a tiff and didn't show up, also, please put in a delete file button to make it easy for us to correct a mistake. The second attached file is a jpg and has a filename format of the date, the time, and the time of day EST. Hope this is helpful.
MERGER NOTE added 12/20
I ran into at least 3 mergers in about 20 plays today on the new cell, maybe you can find the cube from my logfile at about 1:26 PM EST. A second attachment below shows the example of a merger, the dark blue piece pointed to in the drawing never met up with any other of the colored pixels when finished with the cube, the filename has date and time in it: "2012 1220 1326 merge example.jpg"
CELL ID FROM SCREEN DUMP added 12/20
The third attachment is a suggestion to place a cube ID in the unused screen area for cube identification from screen dumps, saves a lot of work hunting around for it. Any format that works with your cell/cube ID convention could be OCRed from a screen dump, even a barcode for simplicity in directing your database to the correct cell cube when troubleshooting from a gamer's screen dump.