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Development version 11.00.12: bug fix release

Thanks to the feedback of the last post of this blog I have compiled a new release:


  • Hamster engine return to 0.5 (jojoB)
  • Error in database filters (Patricio Cainzos)
  • Elo perfomance of the game, provisional change (pending of study of Michele Tumbarello) to give more effect to blunders (MR)
  • Lost points in the analysis graph, now can be hidden (Giovanni di Maria)



Comments

  1. Hi thank you very much for the update. I think now that the graph, to be perfect:

    1) it should be useful a button to copy the graph into the clipboard

    2) the limit if graph should be dynamic and not to stop to 3.0

    Thank you very much
    Giovanni Di Maria

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  2. Hi Lucas, thanks for supplying us with such a great gadget. Only issue I have is board size in the training units i.e. "find the best move". It is so small, it's hardly usable. Is there a way to adjust that board size as well ?

    Running on Windows10 with 3000x2000 resolution.

    Thanks for helping,

    Hans

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    1. Right button on the left-top of the board. This is valid to all boards.

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  3. Hi,
    Where can i find the differences between Stockfish and McBrain? Thank you very much,
    Giovanni

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    1. You have info and links in:
      http://talkchess.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=63286

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