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dove sono salvati i puzzle ?

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Posted 28th Jul 2020 at 09:56
Where are the saved puzzle….Can I print them?
Posted 28th Jul 2020 at 16:54
JoergWausW Daily subscriber
I just tried to use the print functionality of firefox, but it fails because there is probably no style sheet for print purposes on this website.

You could take a screen copy and use a program like paint, the gimp, photoshop to print that screen copy.

When you press "Save game" it is not meant to save anything on your computer. Its purpose is to continue a started game later at the saved status when you open aigain the saved puzzle. It's saved on the puzzlemix server only.

Posted 29th Jul 2020 at 00:00
gareth Administrator Daily subscriber
Yes, that's all exactly right. The site isn't set up to let you print, but you could of course screenshot and print.

If you are looking for puzzles to print, you can get print-at-home puzzles in various compilations at my Sudoku Xtra site, or if you like a specific puzzle type then there are Amazon links to lots of books of most types found on Puzzlemix at

Posted 29th Jul 2020 at 00:01
Last edited by gareth 29th Jul 2020 at 00:02
gareth Administrator Daily subscriber
And, well I'm linking to my sites, you can find out about many of my recent branded and mixed puzzle books at
Posted 1st Aug 2020 at 17:05
lori Daily subscriber
I am one of those who print out most of your puzzles - there are one or two I do online, but we prefer pencil to paper with no aids.

I don't know if it is still available, but one of our favorite books from you is "the Mammoth book of Sudoku" with over 25 different types of Sudoku..

I would love to see another like this.


Posted 3rd Aug 2020 at 13:25
gareth Administrator Daily subscriber
Hi Lorraine,

Thank you, and that's one of my favourite books too. I like to think of it as an 'encyclopedia' of different sudoku types, although there are now some newer types since it was written I might include if creating a new book.

A few people have asked me a similar question previously, so I will raise it with the publisher and see if they're interested. The only thing is, however, they no longer ordinarily produce the 'mammoth' format, so that might decrease the likelihood of a very similar future title.


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