|The table below gives access to details about the various setters, indexed by their pseudonyms. In some cases nothing is known about a setter other than the puzzles he or she produced. For reasons of privacy, the real name is given only for deceased setters, those where the information is already in the public domain, and those who have given explicit approval.|
|Cross-references: each setter has a primary entry, normally the first pseudonym used, with links to all other pseudonyms used (singly or jointly); these secondary entries have links back to the relevant primary one(s).|
|The text in the puzzle files uses some shorthand references to standard devices:
|The summary tables to which the links above lead contain several gaps.
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- Living setters who have not yet given permission to have their identities revealed.
- Deceased setters whose real names are not known to us.
- Setters of whose demise we are unaware.
|Thanks are due to those who helped gather this information, in particular Ross Lawther and James Leonard.|