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Version 10: beta 3b, Kidsdraw and the Washing Machine

Kidsdraw, a beautiful new set of pieces to children created by Marc Graziani

The Washing Machine:
  • New long term training.

  • The user must win a game against an engine (and to all engines with an elo lower to 3000) with the help of a tutor.
  • For every user's needs of help of the tutor, must solve a puzzle at end of game (something like to get the detergent capsules needed to the wash).
  • When solved all puzzles, must repeat the game and do same or better moves than in the game created (washing), in other case must solve a puzzle for each error, at end of game.
  • This process game-puzzles-game will be repeated until no errors.
  • An index is calculated at end.


  1. No sé si es bug de la versión 10 o hice algo que no debía, pero no puedo analizar. (9.8 funcionaba bien), hago lo mismo y sólo se queda "pegado" en la ventana "Analizando el Movimiento", pero jamás avanza. O.O

    1. Mándame al correo lukasmonk en gmail, el fichero bug.log, quizás indique cual es el problema. He comprobado la versión publicada en mi PC y lo hace correctamente. ¿ Puede haber un problema de permisos ?

  2. Tiene un lote de errores O.O
    Te lo enviaré. Lo que sí logré al final analizar una, y es en "Prioridad de proceso del sistema", se queda "estancado pensando" si le coloco cualquier opción que no sea "Normal".
    (La tenía en "Alto" en 9.8 sin problemas).
    Te envío el log.

    1. He descargado una nueva versión, prueba con esta.
      Puede haber un problema con la instalación, en tu fichero de errores daba la impresión que faltaban permisos para crear ficheros. Prueba y me dices.


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