When I try to hit the Digger with Sponge gun, the Digger senses the Sponge and starts walking towards it. Not giving enough space in between to hit him towards the mound.
When you have a Sponge Gun, you are at a different level from the digger, so hr should not be moving toward you at all. Shoot him TOWARD a Mound (perhaps more than once) and he will move to dig up the Mound. Then he will sense another Mound, and move to dig it up as well.
I am having a bit of a problem with the video walk-through. It took about 8 minutes to upload it ... a significant percentage of the time it takes to play it. Thought it might be the length of the filename, so changed that to PNATTGWTSV2.mkv, but I still get an error 404 (file not found).
Next: check to see if the mkv file extension is the problem ... not recognized by some piece of software involved in retrieval/playback. If it is merely a matter of establishing permission for that filetype, perhaps GoDaddy will have the answer. If not the web host, then it may be ProBoards where I need to make a change. My final option would be to see about converting mkv to something acceptable to the system(s) involved.
Okay! File retrieval problem identified, so now all I need to do is locate software to convert the .mkv file format into a format that Plesk allows. So a bit of research to find (hopefully, free!) software that can do the conversion, and to determine the best lossless output format that results in a size reasonably close to the input file.
When that is accomplished, all I need to do is change the file extension in the walk-through link. Easy peasy!
Edit: P.S. The .mkv format played for me just fine using Windows media player. It may also play in my PREFERRED video player.
The walk-through link mow works! But you will have to be patient. Unlike YouTube, you will be downloading this large file, and then will be asked what you want to do with it; open with (some) program or SAVE (to your download folder). If you SAVE it first, you will need to go to that download folder and select it and whatever program you have as your default WMV viewer will open it (slowly, with no indication that anything is happening) and begin to play it.
Not as fast to view a walk-through, but it is on the Forum's web host and not subject to the whims of some 'free' host site.
Yes it is. He provided it to me via link, and promises more of them in the next few weeks. YouTube bypasses the time-consuming steps of downloading and selecting a player, making the entire viewing process MUCH faster. Storage with the Forum's web host is less prone to disappearing (deletion) but has its own drawbacks concerning speed and ease of use.
An interesting side note to the problem associated with creating a working link to the walk-through for this puzzle: Plesk's list of acceptable file extensions does not include .mkv (the video type) and rejected the original file; but the file extension of .wwd is NOT in their list, but is accepted! I went through the hoops years ago to make .wwd valid with GoDaddy, and expected that that was all I would have to do to make .mkv valid. Apparently when Plesk came into the picture. what was already in file storage was accepted as valid. So it seems that Plesk should be amenable to updating their list for the (relatively) new extension of .mkv while catching up on the years old type of .wwd.
Today I managed to get on the telephone with someone who was able to resolve the problem with the .mkv file extension. I made the change to the Announcement for the walk-through to re-establish .mkv as the file extension, so the download is reduced by almost 30 megabytes. So now I am saved the time of uploading to a conversion site, waiting for the process to complete, then downloading the converted file. It is now just a matter of waiting for the rest of what used to be YouTube walk-throughs to be made available to me for upload to the Forum's web host.