On the Subject of OmegaDestroyer
Not cruel, just a sequel.
This module consists of four pressable displays, two status lights, a two-character display above a four-digit timer, and ten hexagonal buttons numbered 0-9.
If the LEDs begin as colored, or the pressable displays are replaced by a flat, non-pressable cube, you are looking at a different module.
An 8 digit password, using only the numbers 0-9, is required to be entered. Extreme measures have been taken to secure this password.
To block all unauthorized access, the password changes every 2 seconds.
When the module is initialized or fully reset, the timer will show 210 (not 0). Buttons cannot be pressed when the timer is 210. The pressable "main" displays will show Rv, the module's raw value, except the digits will be scrambled.
1: Basic Functionality
The timer, referred to by the value t, will increment by 1 every 2 seconds, which will change the raw value. However, as soon as the timer changes from 1899 to 1900, the module will fully reset. This takes slightly less than 1 hour.
The bottom-left main display can be pressed to toggle the timer being "split", which means it and the main displays won't visibily update. Note that the module will not stop updating, even though it will appear to do so. In addition, the timer will show in blue while it is split, and all shown values will update to their current states immediately upon becoming "unsplit".
The ten hexagonal buttons will be labeled with digits 0 to 9, and they can be pressed to input their corresponding digit. Input digits are colored magenta, and they don't display/calculate in the wrong order. Digits that have yet to be input, or sometimes** all eight digits of the input, display as "-".
To clear all input and show the digits of Rv again, press the bottom-right main display when its backlight is not yellow/red. To submit the currently input password, press the top-right main display. Submitting the correct password (calculated when submit is pressed) will solve the module, but strikes will occur when inputting too many digits or submitting a wrong password.
Strikes clear user input and briefly pause the module, but they don't cause it to fully reset unless MWYTH (the module's hard mode) is active (see Appendix MWYTH).