First puzzle I ever do! Hopefully it won't be too easy or too challenging.
My co-worker just gave me a USB flash drive, which was supposed to contain a couple files of code for me to review. Unfortunately, I think he might have given me the wrong one, cause when I plugged it in, these were the contents.
What are the exact contents of those files?
(If you're at a loss as to where to start I can think of some hints, just say where you're stuck and I'll try to steer you in the right direction).
Edit: Added a new "knowledge" tag that maybe I should have added earlier (though no one is close to the part where some kind of knowledge may be required). Considering putting up a bounty too in a few days, I'm too anxious for someone to finally solve this!
Think in two dimensions.
X marks the spot.
There are only four possible positions for the X inside the box. If it was on the opposite corner, you would probably end up very, very far away from your destination.
As you already figured out, the colours of the box are clues too, but they might only make sense after the puzzle is solved, so don't focus on them too much.
Last clue for a while, because I feel bad for bumping this so much: the colours of the box represent time in different ways.
There are 12 destinations, and they're all within the same country. You might have to take a close look at them too.
Any major city would have worked, but this one in particular is by itself a clue.
Now it may be time to open your ears.
Time for a big clue I suppose.
So I just saw my co-worker and asked him about the USB drive. He didn't want to tell me what was in it, but he gave me a list of coordinates:
Almost one month later...
I'll add some of your correct guesses here to help you try to solve this:
1. The six-digit numbers in the file names are portions of coordinates. Left side is latitude, right side is longitude.
2. The middle number is an index. Sorting by that index could be helpful (when you've figured out the coordinates).
3. The dimensions of the box are important, as well as the hex RGB representations of the colors.
4. j3App's coordinates are correct, but what could they mean?
5. Blue indicates a year, while green represents mm:ss.