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This game is great, but I'm stuck on the What's in a name poem, and I don't want to give it away with my question, but I really need some help:

   What's in a na[m]e?
   That which we call
   a rose
   By any other name
-> would still smell as sweet.

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The entrance to the puzzle is at the arrow going into the w in would. The [m] in name is an un-passable block. The a in name is the exit, moving upwards.

My key collection includes:

~   $%^   0
  wert
    dfghjkl;
 zx  b  ,

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I think I can say the following without giving away any spoilers:

I can make it TO the a in name 5 different ways but I'm always missing that last turn to get off the platform.

I can get to the a with 0 turns left using my newest key: g or without it. One way of me getting that far involves the $ key I can't think of any ways that my other new keys: t f ; , can benefit me.

  • It's been a while, but I seem to recall going to the end of a long line then "skipping" up. Like, say, getting to the t in sweet and then moving the cursor up to end up on the l in call or the 3 at the top. I could be wrong, though. – John the Green Mar 17 '15 at 14:24
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I was going to mention a hint, but that would just give it away.

(My problem was I hadn't figured out what to do with my spare key).

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    We don't want hints here. We want answers. Even if you are making it rather obvious with the bolded letters. – Frank Apr 8 '15 at 3:17
  • Can you give us the answer? This site is for answers, don't waste people's time please. – Charlie Parker Jul 16 at 14:52
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l -> enter w

gg -> go to first line

tm -> go to a (on the left side of m)

k -> done

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  • This is a pretty brief answer, do you think you could add some more context? – two bugs Jul 27 '16 at 14:56
  • The context is in the question itself. – David Liu Jul 27 '16 at 18:44
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I actually used

  • l
  • gg
  • $
  • ; (since I used on another text Fa)
  • k

But for sure the way using tm to get directly is more independent for this text working.

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  • can you expand on how you were able to use Fa? – Charlie Parker Jul 16 at 14:54

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