On the Subject of Busy Beaver
Turing's been busy turning things on and off again.
On the module, there is a 2-character display and 10 blue/white buttons with a ‘0’ or '1' on them. The 10 buttons' texts are colored differently to differentiate between the bits. Underneath each of the 10 buttons is an arrow which each denote if the pointer is in the given position or not. There is also a stage indicator underneath the 2-character display.
Before the first solve, the module will display an initial tape and position. The stage indicator will also say "INITIAL" to denote this. Afterwards, upon every solved non-ignored module, the 2-character display updates to display 2 letters. The tape will update to respect the given letters or blank out completely after a certain number of stages has passed. Take note of the initial tape and the 2 letters on each stage. The current tape displayed on the first few stages can be noted if the expert is unable to confirm the resulting tape for that stage. If the initial tape is NOT shown, the initial tape actually starts with all 0s with the pointer's position being at index 0, or the 1st position in the tape. This also means the expert will need to use the Legacy Mode table if this occurs.
When the module is ready for input, toggle the state of the button by pressing that respective button to alternate it being a 1 or a 0. Confirm the tape by pressing the button labeled "SUBMIT" to disarm the module. If the tape submitted is incorrect, the module will strike and show how many bits in the tape you submitted were correct on the 2-character display (noted as "# C"). Then the module will proceed to reshow the initial tape, followed by the stages that were shown on the module. This can be interrupted by pressing the submit button again or by pressing the bits.
If there are insufficient non-ignored modules present or the user configures their mods in a specific manner, the module will instead enter a special state. If there are insufficient non-ignored modules, 10 stages will be automatically be generated; otherwise the module will generate stages based if it was ignored. From there, the defuser may press the stage indicator to freely advance the stage at the defuser's pace. To distinguish this, "START" will be shown as the initial stage instead of "INITIAL" if the initial tape is present. The defuser will also have to press the stage indicator to make the module enter submission mode when the module has shown the last stage.