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Version 9.01: some bugs fixed

This version fixes some bugs in relation to using MultiPV with a lower value to maximum, freezing often the program, this affects Playing against any engine, File-Elo, Fics-Elo, Tourney-Elo and Playing like a GM. Detected by Chris K.

The file with positions to work with "Your daily test" has been changed because it had bad positions. Detected by Max Aloyau.

Some translations have been completed, العربية, Português (BR), Español, Français, Polski, Tiếng Việt.


  1. 1. Perhaps firewall don´t allow Lucas Chess to connect to the web.

    2. The program tells the engine that has 10 minutes remaining time and the engine decides how much to spend. I just try Umko and 19s it has taken in making the move. After move 30 time is reduced to 5 minutes.

    3, Very good graphics, I don´t know how to program such 3D perspective.


  2. In version 9.01 i have the same problem: 1.I want to post my score to my ratings and elo to website.I always get an error
    "Message: There was error in connection with the website.try later." though my there is full network in my net connection.

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    2. Sorry, last replay (test firewall) can be valid in some situations.
      There was a bug in the code of the web I have fixed.
      Please, test it and say me if you get the error.
      Thank you very much.

    3. It work now. I test in two place. Thanks.

  3. It work now. I test in two place.


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