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Two vague clues for solving 9-10 8 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 7  
I was asked by a newer PQ2 fan,
Anuj Nagori, about how to solve
9-10.

Here's a pasting of my email to
him which contains somewhat veiled
clues to the solution:

Oh, yes,
Now I see. That is a very challenging
puzzle.

Think of why those red sliding doors are
there. At first, it really puzzled me. I could
see no point to them. But they are to be used.

The other factor is how one can place a
block on that really altitudinous red switch.
But is that thinking within the box? Shall we
assume that it must be a block that is used
to activate this switch? In fact, while it may
be logically possible to attempt the placing
of a block on this switch, upon further consideration,
this seems highly infeasible since permanently
activating the switch would fully extend the
red spring which makes the solution very difficult
to impossible after passing finally through the
warp box. Thus, one must dynamically activate
and de-activate the switch so that the spring
has a continuous "up-down" movement.

Hope that helps,

Adam
 
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Re:Two vague clues for solving 9-10 8 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 3  
This much doesnt help!!!
 
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Re:Two vague clues for solving 9-10 8 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 3  
I have finally completed 9-10 and "what a relief it is!!"
 
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Re:Two vague clues for solving 9-10 8 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 7  
Awesome, Anuj.

I knew that you'd figure it out
quickly.

Congratulations!

--Adam
 
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Re:Two vague clues for solving 9-10 8 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 11  
I think finishing this one isn't that hard if you just work well on a strategy and you're not "afraid" of detectives , given enough time you will get it.
What's hard is doing it in or below the benchmark (IIRC, I can't do it )
 
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