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Development version 11.00.15: bug fix release and some updates on the engines

Engines:


Bugs:

  • Bugs fixed in "Massive change of tags" (Bernhard)
  • Wrong labels in English (Nils Andersson)
  • Tourney, saving pgn, double blank line after a game (cja000)
  • Closing engines, improved the process (tico-tico code)
  • Tourney elo, in some ending-situations the personality crash, in that case the game is asigned to the user (Coatesy)
  • Transsiberian, any drawing tactics involving perpetual check can never be completed (Duntoria)


Comments

  1. how to updated 11.00.14 to 11.00.15 please link me update file

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    1. The next is a compression-file to uncompress in the root folder of LucasChess installation:

      Zip-format (2,6Mb):
      https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0D6J3YCrUouSjRSQlUyZGo3V2c/view?usp=sharing

      Alternative 7z-format (1,7Mb):
      https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0D6J3YCrUoucEN1UWZLU2M4Wm8/view?usp=sharing

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  2. thank you very very very much. and please add funtion simultanius game - played more engine one time. thank you best software(best chess software and best open source software)

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    1. Thanks Husniddin, I remember your suggestion, the reason that it is not implemented is not easy to design and code.
      Only to add to my notes, how do you imagine are the boards: all opened with little size, or with tabs and only one is visible?

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