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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Problems with Export Outputs

From: Nardy Pillards
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Problems with Export Outputs
Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2002 12:06:33 +0100

From: "Ned Cross" <address@hidden>
Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2002 11:03 AM
>     GNUBG build: 021028
>     OS: Win ME
>     Bug: ?? Export anomalies?? Operator error??
>     I'm having problems sharing the output from analysed GNU matches:
> 1)  html - using the GNU html output gives me a nice file that I can read
> my computer, but when I send it to another computer (ie - via email) the
> board diagrams display the dreaded red "x's" instead of the backgammon
> images.  I am pretty sure this used to work fine in a previous build.

The generated code looks OK to me. Relative links to the images path. So: if
you see the images on one computer, just be sure the images are in the same
relative directory on the other computer (example: the html file is in
directory DDD and the images in DDD\html-images on PC 1. Thus the html file
has to go to a directory with a \html-images subdirectory on PC 2)

> 2)  text - using the text output gives a nice file except the statistics
> the end of each game are not readable because the tabs are all garbled.
> html version puts these in a nice table of columns and it looks like .txt
> trying to do the same, but it's not working.

Yep. The table is desoriented in txt format when opened in WordPad (file is
too big for Notepad, thus WordPad will be used instead). Yet: copy the
displaced part in Notepad and it shows perfectly. So maybe this is a Win
issue (tab). I'll look at it this afternoon.


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