by Kurt Endl.
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Section 1: The Objectives
Section 2: The Elementary Operations
Section 3: Construction of the North Pole Cap
Section 4: Setting the Northern Equatorial Edges
Section 5: Setting the Northern Equatorial Corners
Section 6: Setting the Middle Equatorial Edges
Section 7: Setting the Southern Equatorial Edges (current)
Section 8: Setting the South Pole Edges
Section 9: Placing the Southern Equatorial Corners
Section 10: Placement of the South Pole Corners
Section 11: Orientation of the Southern Equatorial and South Pole Corners
Setting the Southern Equatorial Edges
You might find it more logical to now set the southern equatorial corners. I thought so too, but MEGAMINX convinced me to proceed otherwise. We shall now set all remaining edges, starting with the southern equatorial edges. This is very easy to do. You already know the operations from last section.
If a southern equatorial edge is in the South Pole cap you set it immediately by one of the following operations:
If it is at a southern equatorial edge-place, but wrongly placed, lift it first to the South Pole cap by applying L** or R**, and then proceed as indicated above.