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Version 9.06a: new language Turkish

The main contribution of this new update is a new translation, Turkish, thanks to the great work of Mustafa Nazmi ÖZDEMİR.

Slow moves of pieces when playing have been added again.

New work of pawpatrol added in the Docs of the web: A Great Hidden Feature in Lucas Chess (chess.com)



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  1. Thanks Lucas. I am using Lucas Chess more and more. One question: how do you set the slow move of pieces?

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    1. Hi, Options-Configuration-Boards, mark Visual effects.

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  2. Hey, thank you lucas chess. it's very helpful.
    But version 9.06 sounds is inactive and while i win a game, program not +elo for me!

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    1. Sorry, I couldn't test it till the end of August.

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    2. I have done a test now without problems, perhaps file bug.log in the installation folder of LC explain your problem, it is a text file with lines of code where each bug has been produced..

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    3. Hello Lucas! This could be a wonderful application for windows. But I saw that you are improving this and it seems good. So, I am requesting if you don't mind.. Let's have application for LUCAS CHESS in android form. Hell Yeah! Just request anyway, I don't need your compliant. Thanks!

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    4. Hi Ban, I like to have an Android version, but it is too much work, perhaps in the future when python (tool I use) and the libraries were more compatible.

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  3. Hi Lucas,

    I have version 9.06a but cannot find any of the generation 2 engines. I typically use ELO-Rating for playing, but those engines are never listed when the list shows the engines that can be selected for play.

    To update to version 9.06a, I used the "Search for Updates" feature in the Information menu. Clicking on "About" in the Information menu confirms that I do have version 9.06a.

    Am I supposed to download the generation 2 engines separately?

    Thanks!

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    1. I haven´t yet calculated the elo of this engines.
      I am working in a way of calc this with a simplified method, but I am now testing.

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  4. OK, that makes sense. I look forward to playing against them.

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  5. Hi Lucas,
    I noticed for the last few versions that when playing Black..the scoring is always negative..is that correct? When I use Tutor, my move is always a better point value, then the Tutor;s suggestion. When I play white, it is not like this.
    Thanks!
    Don

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    1. Hi, the program uses a fixed scoring system, if positive white is winning and if negative black. In the first versions the score was from user point of view.
      Now, if you are playing black, less positive numbers is better.

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  6. hi! can you help me? i'd like change the language turkish to english, but i don't know how to do.

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    1. Secenekler, Yapilardinma, Dil. Sorry for this wrong turkish words.

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