# EEEEK! My puzzle disappeared!

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• This is related/relevant. – dcfyj Feb 28 '17 at 13:14
• I'll never pull this solve off. I just wanted to say I really love this idea. – qwertyu63 Feb 28 '17 at 14:39
• @qwertyu63 - thanks! But the solution is, in my opinion, actually pretty easy :) – Mithical Feb 28 '17 at 14:40
• I'm guessing the link in the comments is some sort of anagram? Man does my brain hurt. – Timothy G. Feb 28 '17 at 14:45
• @TimothyG. - nope. Mwahahahah. – Mithical Feb 28 '17 at 14:46

Clicking the (all white) image in the post gives:

This is a gif that temporarily highlights five letters. Putting those into a stack.imgur URL gives:

The second image:

Five of those diamonds have numbers in them. (In the case of "9", it's a tally mark for some reason.) This leads to:

The third image:

The first letters of each word spell LITERATURE STACK EXCHANGE: THIS IS AN AD FOR IT. :/

• Wow. I'm blown away by this. I opened and closed the first image so many times and failed to notice that the letters do that since its too fast. Even if i made it to the last image, I wouldn't be able to make sense of it. Amazing. – Timothy G. Feb 28 '17 at 17:56
• "This is a gif that temporarily highlights five letters." I'm confused. I get a png that doesn't temporarily do anything. – David Richerby Mar 1 '17 at 8:20
• @DavidRicherby - the .png ending doesn't matter - it's actually a gif. The red letters only last for 20 milliseconds, so... – Mithical Mar 1 '17 at 8:42
• I don't understand the second clue. – Mordechai Mar 2 '17 at 20:54
• @MouseEvent: Look at the bottom of the "2" diamond. There's a faint number 1, meaning 2 is the first character. (Similarly, "g" is the fourth, with its number also at the bottom.) – Deusovi Mar 2 '17 at 21:02

Is this just a promotion for literature.stackexchange.com? Clicking on the first link, the letters to the imgur file blink red. Next, you can order the letters that have numbers present in the corner of their diamond (I can't see the third letter, but you only have to check five to find it) to find the next image. Finally, taking the first letter of each word in the book says "Literature stack exchange - this is an ad for it."