On the Subject of Conditional Buttons
Colored buttons, how hard can this be?
On the module, there are six buttons, each buttons has a different color. To defuse the module, apply the following procedure:
- Determine which buttons to press.
- Determine the order of buttons to press.
- After the first button is pressed, all buttons will turn blank.
- In the rare case where no condition is satisfied, proceed to step 2 and press the first 3 available buttons.
There are 10 known colors: Black, Blue, Dark green, Light green, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, White and Yellow.
Each color has a specific condition that must be satisfied. If the condition is satisfied, press the button. And if it isn’t, don’t press it.
- Black — If there are more batteries than battery holders.
- Blue — If there are 2 or more batteries.
- Dark green — If there is an odd number of modules or at least one needy module.
- Light green — If there is a DVI port, and the serial number contains one of more of the following digits: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
- Orange — If there is at least 1 PS/2 port.
- Pink — If there is an indicator with the label “BOB” and there is an odd number of batteries.
- Purple — If the module “The Button” is present or the serial number contains one or more of the following letters: X, Y, Z.
- Red — If there is a lit indicator with label “NSA”.
- White — Always.
- Yellow — If the serial number contains one or more of the following letters: H, K, L.