Alt+drag in 2D windowIt took a while till I found out about it , cause I didn't had to use it in the tutorial,
Using Alt+click to center the 3D can be very helpful Works in the overview, as well as once you're inside a cube.
Go to the overview to check your work. I did not understand that until I did it. While it may not be 100% correct, it sure helps give perspective.
Ctrl+Shift+Z redoes a previously Ctrl+Z deleted action. I know what you're thinking. Read the instructions!
hello,thanks for this piece of FAQ. I need some more information on bradtaylor's post.He mentions the ability to go back to overview. How do you do that ? Doesn't it make you lose the current cube ?
Going back to Overview and then returning to Play should normally present you with the same cube you were just playing, still with any of your work. However, it may be rotated from what you last saw when playing, which can get either confusing or enlightening.
Tongue in cheek: my best tip was $500.00.
When your internet goes wrong while playing, go to overview first before reloading. I think this is as good as saving your progress.
Can't find your cube in 3D? No need to drag, zoom in and zoom out... just click "Start Over" to reload with the cube in the center.
or just alt+click in 2D to recenter the 3D
best tip I ever got was alt+left click in 2D, and drag to reorient the 3D
I learned a lot from Nik's EW videos. https://www.youtube.com/user/fatarion/videos
work on longitudinal section first, then cross section
if you have to fill more than one gap in a segment: don't click on each gap ! => left click and hold and drag over the gaps.
work on a level that is right for you, and never ever give up, great rewards will come! I got that when I was feeling very demotivated on the lightning tutorial. Got 4 right then one wrong, so many times. but now I am substantially more patient!
2 tips for me :Always overpainting for blackspill, then remove useless branches and find the right curves in 3D view ! It helps a lot to understand the shape
using Z plane for misalignement, you can find the good misaligned part easier