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Version 9 step 3

Not many news:


  • Analisys of a game:
    • Option to indicate format points/depth/time (Johannes Reimers)

  • Tournaments between engines:
    • Added option to set initial position from Norman Pollock openings-database (40H-Openings)

  • Playing against any engine:
    • Thougth of engine, more information. (Michele)
Info: Score | depth/sel. depth | time | nodes/nodes per second

  • And some bugs fixed, thanks to Stolcius, Phillip Watts, ...


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  1. Hi, Lucas,
    option "Thougth of engine" appears truncated on the panel's bottom.

    Best regards,
    Stolcius

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    1. Hi,
      It needs a greater box, and there is two options, or you can do greater the pgn panel, or when configuring add some pixels to the Box height value.
      Cheers

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    2. I'm afraid I dont' understand: do you mean resizing the chessboard window?

      I've tried it: it doesn't work...

      The box is incapsulated into the layout frame: resizing the chessboard window doesn't affect layout frame at all.

      Best regards,
      Stolcius


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    3. Two options:
      1: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0D6J3YCrUouOENEbEpYNUFkNDg/view?usp=sharing
      2:https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0D6J3YCrUouSVMxV1dOZnVEUTA/view?usp=sharing

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  2. When viewing a PGN, the scroll wheel can be used to quickly go through the game. The functionality seems inverted ( ie . scrolling up moves forward in the game, and scrolling down moves backwards) - is this the intended function?

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    1. Yes it is intended.
      When focus is on pgn-table, then info goes top-down.
      When focus is on board, then info goes down-top.
      This is one solution.

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    2. I didn't notice that.. perfect! So the program has no flaws :-)

      thank you.

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