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Looking back, it'd probably be better (if a bit weird) if the specified range would define what grid is used.muzik wrote: ↑July 26th, 2020, 5:03 pmTriangle neighbourhood on a hex grid (NT):Triangle neighbourhood on a triangular grid (ND):Code: Select all

`x = 23, y = 10, rule = bshhistory 13.A$13.2A$5.A7.3A$5.2A6.4A$A4.3A5.5A$2A3.4A4.6A$AEA2.2AE2A3.3AE3A$4A .6A2.8A$5.7A.9A$13.10A! [[ VIEWONLY GRID THEME Blues ]]`

Odd range values(?) (here R1, R3, R5?) would be as follows:Even range values(?) (here R2, R4, R6?) would use the following:Code: Select all

`x = 31, y = 8, rule = bslhistory 16.15A$5.9A3.13A$AEA3.3AE3A5.5AE5A$.A5.5A7.9A$8.3A9.7A$9.A11.5A$22.3A $23.A! [[ VIEWONLY GRID THEME Blues ]]`

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`x = 44, y = 11, rule = bslhistory $25.19A$10.13A3.17A$.7A3.11A5.15A$2.2AE2A5.4AE4A7.6AE6A$3.3A7.7A9.11A $4.A9.5A11.9A$15.3A13.7A$16.A15.5A$33.3A$34.A! [[ VIEWONLY GRID THEME Blues ]]`

- Range 3n: use the hexagonal case

- Range 3n+1: use the triangular case where the central cell is flipped from the orientation of the whole triangle

- Range 3n+2: use the triangular case where the central cell and entire triangle have the same orientation

All would be NT.