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My initial question had lots of answers, and my second had too many constraints. So, I have removed some constraints and added another. Same rules as before, but we are now using $[0,6]\cap\mathbb{Z}$. Also, the four corners should sum to $15$, the number at top-left.

15             5       
   ---    ---    ---    ---
       15      7     11     
   ---    ---    ---    ---
11     17      8     10     8
   ---    ---    ---    ---
       13     13     15     
   ---    ---    ---    ---
               7       

Can you solve this diamond grid?

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In the spaces, from top to bottom:

6 3 2 5
5 1 1 3
6 5 1 5
1 1 6 3

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  • $\begingroup$ correct, but not the one I've got! $\endgroup$ – JonMark Perry Dec 13 '18 at 14:38

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