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Version 8.11: Translation to Arabic and Dutch

Translation to Arabic thanks to Mohamad Alhedhed.
Translation to Dutch thanks to Willy Lefebvre.

To update:



  2. please mister Lucas translite uzbek language or link me file translations russian language and i'm translite uzbek language

    1. The translation is done via a web,
      I need to register you as uzbek translator, then your email is necessary if you want can send me this email to my email: lukasmonk at

  3. Hi mister Lucas please add new options create polyglot books all move add funktions.. this still first move 1. add button and all move white a4,a3,b4,b3,c4,c3,h4,h3 all 20 move add and 2.first move white e4 and add button and create all black first move in polyglot books a5, a6, b5, b6 all 20 moves this options very helped create best polyglot books. And please add ctg books options this options very helped debyut. and please add trainers functions your work save avi. or mp4 format this options create video trainers and you program very best all other software. and last please add simultanios game options. many thanks new version

    1. The program use polyglot program to create polyglot book, I have little room for maneuver.
      In relation to ctg books, I have not the routines to control this book, and I don´t know if it is public domain, I believe not.
      Simul are in my mind, I need a little energy to create this option.


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