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Are there any plans for the Studio to be fixed?
Or, if there is still a way to use it, could the FAQ be updated?

Because I can't figure it out, and I'd really like to create some more puzzles at some point.
The FAQ still states you have to have Java installed to solve puzzles, although most browsers no longer support it, and the site has an alternative in HTML5.

The creator studio, on the other hand, does not seem to be available in HTML5? Is there a way I can use it anyway?
Because the "correct" solution is empty.
Any dragging action (to mark multiple squares at once) does not seem to work anymore.
Subtle symmetry. Nice.
Put the turnstiles in a configuration such that everything is connected. 

It took me a puzzle and a half to figure out it's the white parts, not the black, that need to be connected. (For the first one it actually worked to connect all the black lines.)

Maybe you could change something in the formulation to make it more clear.
All these new rules you don't tell us about...
Once I figured out where to start, this one was actually not so hard. That first part took me a while though, with lots of trial-and-error. Very nice puzzle, thank you.
Oh I got uniqueness immediately. Unfortunately, I also disproved existence. Repeatedly, even after I found out that the "10"-clue below the 9 wasn't actually there. I got it in the end though. Nice puzzle.
Number: Puzzle #193
Genre: Panorama
Author: Thijs
Appeared at: March 9, 2007

I like how this puzzle is quite easy when using the information that it has a unique solution, but proving uniqueness is considerably more work.
I'm pretty sure there is a total of 6 correct solutions.
That's what I was wondering...
I had to resist the urge to reveal the solution, as I was convinced there was none. Turns out I had wrongly ruled out a possibility at the very beginning. Nice puzzle.
Number: Puzzle #2231
Genre: Country Road
Author: Shvegait
Appeared at: October 27, 2010
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