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Version 8 step 3.1: promotion bug

Fixed promotion bug.
Also stockfish is updated to 3.


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  1. Given the ability to visually annotate a game and positions is the app script-able? That is if I get Eric Schiller to ramble on (sorry Eric) about my stunning victory where I missed 5 previous 1 move mates, can this be viewed in a playback mode?

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    1. I'm not sure I understand correctly.
      The program allows you to see the game again from Utilities-Replay game.
      You can set (Options-Configuration-Autosave), to automatically save finished games.
      At the end you can also save the game from Utilities.

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    2. With or without visual annotations?

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  2. One of the ideas to this version is to save games in a database other than the pgn format because the possibility to save these visual annotations and analysis if any.

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