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Collin Willoughs

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Guys, I created a folder on Google Drive to organise our findings. Hopefully this'll help us work together better. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B9NSRS6Wxh...

@amndaka, give me your e-mail and I'll give you permissions to help moderate it and whatnot.

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I'll set up a folder on Google Drive and see what happens.

EDIT: Here's the link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B9NSRS6Wxh...

In the original post, amndka said:

  • Xavierou noted that opening the solution.png in notepad will bring up a block of symbols with some hidden Italian. Any elaboration would be great

Perhaps it's not a palindrome in English.

Yes. I recommend a single person compile them and post Pastebin links to keep it organised.

Then you're on the same page as us. Someone discovered that if you take solution.png and flip it upside down, you can see the transcript ever so slightly overlayed on the image... but sadly, it's too small to make out. Some people, including myself, have taken it into Photoshop to extract the text from its background. So far, to no avail.

I thought the same and checked as well. Nothing out of the ordinary thus far. Will continue to look into it and send it off to a few friends of mine who are more web-savvy than me.

I hate to say this, but what if you have to read it 467,767 times? Doesn't seem likely but it does repeat itself saying "Listen again".

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#dfggfg is not a valid hex code as g is an invalid character. Hex codes go from 0 to F.

[EDIT] However, #467767 is a valid hex code and outputs this colour, a dark teal: http://www.color-hex.com/color/467767

So a palindrome?

If anyone's familiar with the Enigma code during WWII, what if there's something similar going on with the seemingly random letters in DPTG? There could be a letter that never appears in each position.


Just a thought I'd share before I head to work here shortly. I won't be able to test my theory until I get home.

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Looking at solution.png, the last line says any of the following:
• "Find me algorithim."
• "Find me a gram filet."
• "Find me a gram friel"

[EDIT] What if the words/phrases we don't understand are anagrams?