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- 7d+) [ADDITION] The temperature of the competition area should be 21 to 25 degrees Celsius.
- 7f1a+) [CLARIFICATION] A full-size mat should have minimum dimensions of 30cm (left to right) by 25cm (front to back).
- 7f1a++) [ADDITION] Organizers should strongly consider modifications to make Stackmat timers more robust against common incidents, such as making the buttons more difficult to press by accident (e.g. by attaching O-rings around the buttons) and securing the battery more firmly (e.g. by padding the battery compartment).
- 7h2+) [ADDITION] Competitors in a Competitors Area who are waiting between attempts should not be able to see the puzzles of the competitors on stage.
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- 7f1d) Surface: The flat surface on which the Stackmat has been placed. The mat is considered a part of the surface. The timer is not considered a part of the surface.
- 7f2) The Stackmat timer must be attached to the mat and placed on the surface, with the timer on the side of the mat nearest to the competitor.
- 7f2a) Exception: For 3x3x3 With Feet, the Stackmat must be placed directly on the floor. The timer device may be placed on the side of the mat farthest from the competitor.
- 7f3) The organization team should modify Stackmat timers to be more robust against common incidents, by making the buttons more difficult to press by accident (e.g. by attaching O-rings around the buttons) and securing the battery more firmly (e.g. by padding the battery compartment).
- 7h) The competition area must have one or more Competitors Areas.
- 7h1) The organization team may require that a competitor who has been called to compete must remain within their assigned Competitors Area until the competitor has finished all attempts for the round.