I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers

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Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers
« Reply #30 on: February 25, 2018, 05:14:05 PM »
I was thinking that if you made back to back locks, several of them, all the same number of digits, then you might have trouble remembering 3 or 4 sets of combos. I think that would help me...
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Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers
« Reply #31 on: February 25, 2018, 06:58:58 PM »
I never thought of entering a couple of combinations using the refresh button before activating the lock. That might help.

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Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers
« Reply #32 on: February 26, 2018, 03:41:44 PM »
The first lock I did I could remember my code, so what I did for the next one was generate 8 numbers and just use every other number. Worked a charm and a really simple method. Weird how I can't forgot a 4 digit code but always forget my pin number though  ;D ::)

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Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers
« Reply #33 on: February 26, 2018, 06:52:09 PM »
I find I struggle to forget the first digit. The rest is usually a blank. This makes my 4 digit keybox a 3 digit keybox.


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Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers
« Reply #34 on: February 26, 2018, 11:10:57 PM »
Well that would still take around an hour to brute force, its just making sure its not too easy

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Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers
« Reply #35 on: February 27, 2018, 06:48:52 AM »
I found out the hard way how long it can take to brute force. Stupidly locked my key in the box between sessions on a random code not recorded anywhere.

I rushed through all the combinations in a couple of hours trying to get in but I must of failed to line up the numbers because the box never opened. In the end it took about a week as I scheduled a more controlled approach doing a section of numbers a day. Hopefully I never have to do that again.

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« Reply #36 on: March 12, 2018, 08:47:58 PM »
I just have an idea, to help you forgot the combination, Kevin said that the app was based on a game matrix, so why don't we use this to help forget the code?  This can be a good way to help forget the code by using a memory game that you need to remember other codes and after write them in a place, that will help to be unable to remember the first one the code who release you from chastity, Kevin what do you think about that?


Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers
« Reply #37 on: March 12, 2018, 09:03:33 PM »
I really don't want to complicate the app and code by adding mini games like that to help forget the code. If I can add something to the current flashing numbers screen then I will but running a mini memory game isn't something I want to do.
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Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers
« Reply #38 on: March 13, 2018, 01:25:36 PM »
This is what I do with my 8 digit safe:

Key in the code and get it all set up then when all the numbers are flashing away I look at them and recognise them but don't think about them that much. At the same time I will count up slowly from one to hundred and then back down again pressing the "need more time" button as often as necessary.

I find by the end of that I might still have the first number at best but the rest are gone. You also need to remember not to try and remember the number or it will have the opposite effect - just let it drift from your mind.

Hope that helps.


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« Reply #39 on: March 15, 2018, 07:46:47 PM »
My Realtor lock has 4 dials but they’re not numbers — they’re random letters.

So at first I thought I could do a A=1, B=2 equivalent, but I don’t have all the letters in each dial. So what I did was start with each dial in the position closest to “A”. Eg. B-A-A-C. Then for whatever number combination I get, I turn the dial that number of clicks from the default setting. So a 5 means 5 clicks, 3 means 3 clicks, and so on.

When I was ready to go and clicked the lock shut, I couldn’t remember a damn thing.

I suspect you could do the same thing with a number lock. Just choose a “default” position, eg. 6-4-7-5 (or whatever) and then just use the combination setting to dial the appropriate number of clicks to set your unlock code. I suspect the extra step will be enough to make you forget. Just make sure you don’t lose or forget the DEFAULT setting that you started from.

That could be coded into the app too. So you might get a screen that says: start with the following code: 1-2-3-4. Then on the next screen you get the click settings: dial 1: 3 clicks up. Dial 2: 5 clicks down. Dial 3: 6 clicks down. Dial 4: 2 clicks up.

Only downside, is it increases the chances of user error and screwing it up on your end.

I have a numbers brain, too, so even an 8 digit combination would be a little hard for me to forget. (I have my 15 digit driver's licence number memorized without ever trying, for crying out loud.)
I have a basic 3 digit combo lock that I tried with 3 digits, and could remember it easily.
I then tried this idea with a 6 digit code, using the first 3 digits as my starting point, then the last 3 as my modifiers (go this many digits up).  I found I could remember the modifiers easily after the fact, but couldn't remember the starting numbers, so it worked.  I guess there was enough of a mental disconnect between setting the intial combination, then rotating the dials a certain number of clicks that I didn't remember the first 3 numbers.
I'm still planning on moving to something with more digits, either 4 or 5, but this method definitely worked for me.

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Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers
« Reply #40 on: May 13, 2018, 05:40:00 PM »
I have a suggestion that may help. What are the chances of adding a voice to say random numbers on the brain washing screen? And if you choose an ai, perhaps even have different virtual voices?

Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers
« Reply #41 on: May 13, 2018, 08:20:25 PM »
I'm lucky enough to have a trusted friend who is willing to lock my lock box.  I'm thinking I'm going to be locking for 30-45 day stretches so I won't be bothering them too often


Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers
« Reply #42 on: May 14, 2018, 07:36:47 AM »
I have a suggestion that may help. What are the chances of adding a voice to say random numbers on the brain washing screen? And if you choose an ai, perhaps even have different virtual voices?
I played around with this and it looks like it will be very simple to implement, however with the programming language used I can only change the speed of the voice and the language i.e. English GB or English US etc. or leave it with the device default. I don't seem to be able to change the gender (female only from the couple I played with).

So it could be added but I'm not going to be able to create different voices for the 4 bots. If it's added I'll add it to the settings page and will have the voice off by default. Or I'll have a 'speaker/mute' icon on the screen of numbers so you can toggle the voice on or off, with the default being off.
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Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers
« Reply #43 on: May 14, 2018, 06:44:50 PM »
Not sure I like the idea of sounds in the app so it's great to hear it will be possible to disable. Hopefully it doesn't make the app too bloated.

Re: I can still remember my code after the screen of flashing numbers
« Reply #44 on: May 14, 2018, 07:14:46 PM »
It's about 4 lines of code and doesn't include any audio files (although I've not seen what the size is once it's packaged). I assume it just uses the text-to-speech voice that you would find in the device accessibility settings.

If it gets added it will be off by default.
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