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1. i replaced "acqd" (ay) with , and then did a split to rows. As most rows started with ks i could safely assume this was a space
2. replaced ks with , and then split to rows
3. i then counted the length of chars and did a filter on 8 (which returns 2 and 3 letter words depending on whether there was a yay suffix). I did a sum and sorted by frequency. Using google to return a list of most popular 3 and 2 letter words i was able to start decoding letters for (the, for, or, and, if, I, etc, etc)
4. after that i extended out my list to 3 and 4 letter words using the find and replace with known letters. Slowly decoding in the letters 1 by 1
5. rinse and repeat slowly increasing my length filter to decode new letters
i checked out some solutions and seriously my hats off to some of them, brilliant stuff